Can a Tenant Change the Locks in South Carolina?

This question is about South Carolina Landlord Tenant Rights

Can a Tenant Change the Locks in South Carolina?

No, a South Carolina tenant cannot change their own locks without obtaining permission from their landlord. In some cases, a process for obtaining this kind of permission can be found in an applicable lease agreement. Otherwise, a tenant in South Carolina who wishes to change their own locks may need to speak with their landlord and write up an agreement on a one-off basis.

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