South Carolina requires a seller of residential property to disclose known defects, damages, and other issues to a potential buyer prior to entering into a contract for sale. While the form is required by law, it is often completed incorrectly or not at all. Sellers often claim an exemption to the law that does not exist. Since this form’s inception, however, there remain several misconceptions about the requirement to disclose. This book is a guide to educate real estate agents and sellers about South Carolina disclosure law.
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