South Carolina Repossession Service
South Carolina Repossession Service
South Carolina Repossession Coverage
South Carolina Counties covered for repossession- Abbeville County, Aiken County, Allendale County, Anderson County, Bamberg County, Barnwell County, Beaufort County, Berkeley County, Calhoun County, Charleston County, Cherokee County, Chester County, Chesterfield County, Clarendon County, Colleton County, Darlington County, Dillon County, Dorchester County, Edgefield County, Fairfield County, Florence County, Georgetown County, Greenville County, Greenwood County, Hampton County, Horry County, Jasper County, Kershaw County, Lancaster County, Laurens County, Lee County, Lexington County, Marion County, Marlboro County, McCormick County, Newberry County, Oconee County, Orangeburg County, Pickens County, Richland County, Saluda County, Spartanburg County, Sumter County, Union County, Williamsburg County, York County
South Carolina Repo Offices- Abbeville Aiken Anderson Andrews Bamberg Barnwell Batesburg Beaufort Belton Bennettsville Bishopville Bluffton Camden Cayce Chapin Charleston Cheraw Chesnee Chester Chesterfield Clemson Clinton Clover Columbia Conway Darlington Dillon Duncan Easley Edgefield Florence Fort Mill Fountain Inn Gaffney Georgetown Goose Creek Greenville Greenwood Greer Hampton Hardeeville Hartsville Hilton Head Island Inman Irmo Johns Island Kingstree Lake City Lancaster Landrum Laurens Leesville Lexington Little River Longs Loris Lugoff Lyman Manning Marion Mauldin Mc Cormick Moncks Corner Mount Pleasant Mullins Murrells Inlet Myrtle Beach Newberry North Augusta North Charleston North Myrtle Beach Orangeburg Pageland Pawleys Island Pendleton Pickens Piedmont Ridgeland Rock Hill Saint George Saint Matthews Saluda Seneca Simpsonville Spartanburg Summerville Sumter Taylors Travelers Rest Union Walhalla Walterboro West Columbia Westminster Winnsboro Woodruff York
South Carolina title, and repossession requirements:
South Carolina Repossession Title State: Repossessor License and Repossessor Registration information refer to: South Carolina Repossession Division of Motor Vehicles, P.O. Box 1498, Columbia, South Carolina 29216
South Carolina Repossession Recording: Must be filed within 10 days in the county where buyer or mortgagor resides; if non-resident, where repo property is located at time of execution of instrument. The place of recording in the office of the Registrar of South Carolina Repossession Conveyances; where such office does not exist, with the Clerk of the Court. Uniform Commercial Code adopted January, 1968.
South Carolina Repossession Recovery: Allowed if peaceful, twenty day repo cure law in effect.
South Carolina Repossession Redemption: South Carolina Repossession Cure law in effect.
South Carolina Repossession Deficiency: Permitted.
Special South Carolina Repossession Motor Vehicle Provisions: Liens must be recorded on face of the title. (Exclusive method of recording.)
South Carolina Repossession Documents Required to Transfer Ownership of Motor Vehicle: Title and lien release; repossession affidavit and South Carolina Repossession notarized Power of Attorney.
South Carolina Repossession : Remain with owner or repossessor.
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