South Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement
The South Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement is a legally binding contract between a landlord and a business tenant for the rental of retail, office, warehouse, or other commercial spaces. Following each party’s signatures, the tenant will make regular monthly payments to the landlord in exchange for the ability to use of the property for a predetermined period. This agreement outlines the rights and obligations of both parties, ensuring that they adhere to their respective responsibilities. In case of disputes, such as unpaid rent or damage to the premises, the lease serves as a reference and can be used in legal proceedings to resolve the issues.
Statutes – Title 36, Chapter 2A