HOA law (SC) down but not completely out
Broad-based legislation regulating homeowners associations won’t get through the S.C. General Assembly this year, but that doesn’t mean the session will end next month with a big zero in the scorecards of those who support it. Rep. Nelson Hardwick, R-Surfside Beach, said Friday he thinks a bill that would funnel homeowner/HOA disputes into magistrates court could clear both houses if the Senate can get a still-active bill for it to the House. Read the article……….
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