2019 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 27 - Property and Conveyances
Chapter 50 - The Residential Property Condition Disclosure Act
Section 27-50-270. Effect of failure to disclose vacation rental agreement to purchaser.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 27-50-270 (2019)

Failure by the owner to disclose the existence of a vacation rental agreement to the purchaser, closing attorney, lender, or title insurer does not:

(1) void the sales agreement;

(2) create an encumbrance or defect in title; or

(3) create a cause of action against the purchaser, closing attorney, lender, or title insurer for failure to discover the existence of the vacation rental agreement.

HISTORY: 2002 Act No. 336, Section 2.

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