Doing Business in South Carolina
WYCHE, BURGESS, FREEMAN, & PARHAM, P.A.
Greenville, South Carolina
This is a general guide to certain laws applicable to doing business in South Carolina as of June, 1998. The information contained in this publication is given by way of general reference only, is not intended to provide legal advice, and is not to be relied upon in any factual situation as it does not cover all laws or regulations that may be applicable in all circumstances. No responsibility will be accepted by the authors or publishers for any inaccuracy or omission or statement which might prove to be misleading. You are advised to seek your own professional advice before proceeding to invest or do business in the United States. Readers having questions or specific issues to be resolved should contact a lawyer authorized to practice in South Carolina.
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