South Carolina

Real Estate Attorneys


Deeds

In order to transfer property, or give someone an interest in property, it is necessary to have a deed describing the property, properly signed, witnessed and notarized, and recorded in the office of the register of deeds for the county in which the property is situated. Having an attorney prepare the deed ensures that the property is described correctly, signed, witnessed and notarized according to South Carolina requirements, and properly recorded in the correct office.

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