School begins. Your new work begins. You and the rest of the United States are moving! Personal property: If the owner legally leaves the unit, the owner can enter the apartment and dispose of his personal belongings for at least 500 $US. South Carolina imposes specific and clear requirements on landlords and tenants when executing a lease/lease. For example, the South Carolina Statutes provide as follows: Association of Realtors (Form 410) – This document is from the South Carolina Association. Realtors are provided for standard rental agreements between the lessor and the tenant. Deadline for the return of the deposits (§ 27-40-410): with the subsequent delivery of the property by the tenant or the termination of the lease, the owners have thirty (30) days to return all or part of the deposit to the tenant (depending on the deductions made, if any). All owners of South Carolina buildings built before 1978 must inform all tenants of the possible presence of lead-based hazards. (Title 42 U.S. . .