All documents must be drawn up in accordance with the national laws of the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Title 27, Chapter 40). Once an agreement has been signed by both parties, they are legally bound by their terms as a whole. As long as a state meets the legal minimum of the Confederation, it is free to distinguish itself from certain requirements. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the specific laws and requirements of South Carolina to ensure that your legal and financial rights are fully protected. The South Carolina subletting agreement is a document used by a tenant (who is currently renting a property to a lessor) who wants to rent all or part of their rental space to another person. This process is called subletting and requires the landlord to accept this situation. The original tenant, called a “subtenant”, assumes responsibility for the rental of the property by a subtenant. . .