South Carolina Seller's Disclosure of Property Condition

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                             This Seller's Disclosure of Property Condition is used by a seller of real property to disclose
                             to the buyer all known material or adverse facts relating to the physical condition of the
                             property that are not readily observable. This disclosure is required by law when selling a
                             residential property. It notifies any potential buyers of problems that could affect the
                             property's value or desirability. It is illegal to conceal major physical defects in the property.
                             The property owner must disclose any and all known defects, malfunctions or adverse
                             conditions that exist on the property. This document should be used by a buyer or seller of
                             residential property located in South Carolina.
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This Search Engine Optimization Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”) is hereby entered into
between ______________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of company
offering      SEO      services]    (hereinafter   referred   to  as “Company”)       and
______________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of Client] (hereinafter
referred to as “Client”) on the ____ [Month] ____ [Date], 20____.

WHEREAS, Company agrees to provide Client with Search Engine Optimization and Reporting
Services hereinafter referred to as “SEO” as described in this Agreement.

WHEREAS, Company is authorized to use the specific keywords and/or phrases set forth below
for development, improving the ranking of, and/or positioning the contents of Client’s URL(s),
http://www.______________________.com [Instruction: Insert the name of the url] in the
search engines and/or directories that are most frequently used by the general public which are
defined below.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Client agrees to pay Company a fee as stated in “Proposal” or “Fee Schedule” attached as Exhibit A. Fee
must be received prior to the start of any services provided. SEO Services are intended to provide Client
with preferential positioning in selected search engines and report results on an ongoing and timely
basis. SEO Services include:

1. Research keywords and phrases to select appropriate, relevant search terms. Number of keywords is
   listed in the Proposal. Additional keyword purchases will require Addendum or separate contract.

2. Edit various html tags and page text as necessary prior to submission to selected search engines and
   directories.

3. Create as required, additional web pages for the purpose of “catching” keyword/phrase searches.

4. Hand-submit your pages to the engines and directories stated in this agreement.

5. Create positioning reports for main site and any associated pages showing rankings in the major
   search engines and under which keywords.

For the purposes of providing these services, Client agrees to:

1. Give Company FTP access to the main site for uploading new pages, and making changes for the
   purpose of optimization OR approval to go through third party;

2. Authorize Company use of all Client logos, trademarks, Web site images, etc., for use in crea
				
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Description: This Seller's Disclosure of Property Condition is used by a seller of real property to disclose to the buyer all known material or adverse facts relating to the physical condition of the property that are not readily observable. This disclosure is required by law when selling a residential property. It notifies any potential buyers of problems that could affect the property's value or desirability. It is illegal to conceal major physical defects in the property. The property owner must disclose any and all known defects, malfunctions or adverse conditions that exist on the property. This document should be used by a buyer or seller of residential property located in South Carolina.
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