2016 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 5 - Municipal Corporations
Section 5-3-305. Contiguous property defined.

SC Code § 5-3-305 (2016) What's This?

For purposes of this chapter, "contiguous" means property which is adjacent to a municipality and shares a continuous border. Contiguity is not established by a road, waterway, right-of-way, easement, railroad track, marshland, or utility line which connects one property to another; however, if the connecting road, waterway, easement, railroad track, marshland, or utility line intervenes between two properties, which but for the intervening connector would be adjacent and share a continuous border, the intervening connector does not destroy contiguity.

HISTORY: 2000 Act No. 250, Section 3.

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