Pre-Filed South Carolina Legislation Signals Push to Regulate Developers

In 2016, the South Carolina legislature organized a study committee, titled the “South Carolina Committee on Homeowners Associations,” which explored various issues affecting the level of authority that developers have over their own development projects. Various opinions on developer control resulted in a twenty-six (26) page report, submitted to the South Carolina General Assembly by the committee’s chairman, Senator Luke A. Rankin (Horry County).    Read the article…………


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