The South Carolina month-to-month lease agreement is a document customarily used when the term of a rental is to only last thirty (30) days at a time. At the end of each month’s term, the contract will automatically renew unless the landlord or tenant decides to terminate the agreement, in which case the canceling party is to provide the state’s mandatory amount of days’ written notice mentioned below this paragraph. Other than the period of time each term lasts, this agreement practically contains all the same essential details that you would find in your common annual lease. Participants should list when the occupancy is to begin, how much the rent payments & security deposit will be, and any policies relating to the property’s use.
Minimum Notice Required to Terminate Contract – Thirty (30) Days (§ 27-40-770)