2019 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 27 - Property and Conveyances
Chapter 19 - Escheat Of Land And Personal Property
ARTICLE 1 Escheat of Lands
- Section 27-19-10. Notification of supposedly escheated lands by Secretary of State to judge of circuit court.
- Section 27-19-20. Inquest by jury; certification and recording of verdict.
- Section 27-19-30. Notice published in county where land lies.
- Section 27-19-40. Petition by person claiming land; proceedings thereon.
- Section 27-19-50. Damages for prosecution of escheat proceedings without probable cause.
- Section 27-19-60. Renting out land pending conclusion of process of escheat.
- Section 27-19-70. Manner of pronouncing land escheated.
- Section 27-19-80. Advertising land for sale; terms of sale.
- Section 27-19-90. Division of land into tracts for sale.
- Section 27-19-100. Land may be bid in or purchased by Department of Administration; disposition of such lands.
- Section 27-19-110. Compensation of person making good title to land within five years.
- Section 27-19-120. Estates of felons shall not escheat.
- Section 27-19-210. Secretary of State or Attorney General may sue for and recover moneys or personal property in hands of executor or administrator.
- Section 27-19-220. Advertising of moneys or property; vesting of property in State.
- Section 27-19-230. Personal property of inmates dying in the Charleston Home.
- Section 27-19-310. Duties of escheator devolved upon Secretary of State as agent of Department of Administration.
- Section 27-19-320. Purchase of land by Secretary of State prohibited; penalties.
- Section 27-19-330. Assessment of costs and charges.
- Section 27-19-340. Disposition of proceeds of escheats.
- Section 27-19-350. Rights of persons under disability or absent from United States.
- Section 27-19-360. Reports of Secretary of State and Department of Administration.
- Section 27-19-370. Liability of Secretary of State for misconduct or fraudulent practices.
- Section 27-19-380. Application of chapter.
- Section 27-19-390. Chapter complementary to Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act.
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