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Rule To Vacate Or Show Cause (Eviction) SCCA-733 - South Carolina

Rule To Vacate Or Show Cause (Eviction) Form. This is a South Carolina form and can be used in Magistrate Court-Municipal Court Statewide .
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) ) STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ) ) COUNTY OF ____________________ ) ) _____________________________________ ) PLAINTIFF(S) ) ) VS. ) ) _____________________________________ ) DEFENDANT(S) ) ________________________ CIVIL CASE NUMBER IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT RULE TO VACATE OR SHOW CAUSE (Eviction) Upon the Application for Ejectment filed by the plaintiff, ____________________________, which states that: ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ You, _______________________________ the defendant and lessee of the premises located at _________________________________________________________, ___________________, SC _____________ are ordered to vacate the premises immediately or to contact Magistrate __________________________________ located at _____________________________________, ______________________, SC _________, PHONE: ______________________ before the _____ day of ______________________, 2___________ for the purpose of showing why you should not be ejected from these premises. Failure to vacate the premises or to respond before the above date, may result in the issuance of a writ of ejectment. Dated: MAGISTRATE SCCA/733 (Amended 05/2008) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com
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