2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 15 - Civil Remedies and Procedures
Section 15-61-30. State as owner of escheated interest is not necessary party.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 15-61-30 (2017)

If one having a vested interest in real estate as tenant in common dies without a will and without known heirs partition proceedings may be maintained against unknown heirs without making the State a party to the action, and a sale and conveyance under a decree in the cause shall vest such interest as may be subject to escheat under the provisions of this chapter in the purchaser, provided that in such decree provisions be made for the payment of the divisible share of such deceased person in the proceeds of sale, if any, to the State Treasurer, to be paid into the State Treasury, subject to the right of the heir or heirs to recover such share by proper proceedings and on issue tried in the court of common pleas.

HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 10-2203; 1952 Code Section 10-2203; 1942 Code Section 8830; 1932 Code Section 8830; 1924 (33) 1090.

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