2022 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 27 - Property and Conveyances
Chapter 39 - Rent
Section 27-39-60. Counties and municipal corporations restricted from regulating rent charged for certain dwellings.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 27-39-60 (2022)

No county or municipal corporation may enact, maintain, or enforce any ordinance or resolution which would regulate in any way the amount of rent to be charged for privately owned, single family, or multiple unit residential, or commercial rental property. This section may not be construed as prohibiting any county or municipal corporation, or any authority created by a county or municipal corporation for that purpose, from regulating in any way property belonging to the county or municipal corporation or from entering into any agreements with private persons which regulate the amount of rent to be charged for rental properties.

HISTORY: 1985 Act No. 184, Section 1.

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