A South Carolina month-to-month rental agreement is a flexible option that allows a landlord to rent a property to a tenant for one month at a time. The lease can be in the form of a written contract or an oral agreement.
Once the lease is active, both parties receive full rights and responsibilities under South Carolina’s landlord-tenant laws. For instance, the landlord must provide a safe and habitable living space, and the tenant has to pay rent and adhere to the established rules regarding their use of the property.
Minimum Termination Period: As long as they provide the other party with 30 days’ notice, the landlord or the tenant may terminate their month-to-month lease in South Carolina.