Form SCCA/734 "Writ of Ejectment (Eviction)" - South Carolina

What Is Form SCCA/734?

This is a legal form that was released by the South Carolina Magistrate Court - a government authority operating within South Carolina. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on May 1, 2008;
  • The latest edition provided by the South Carolina Magistrate Court;
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Download Form SCCA/734 "Writ of Ejectment (Eviction)" - South Carolina

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_________________________
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CIVIL CASE NUMBER
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
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IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT
COUNTY OF ______________________
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_____________________________________
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PLAINTIFF(S) )
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WRIT OF EJECTMENT
VS.
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(Eviction)
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_____________________________________
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DEFENDANT(S) )
TO THE SHERIFF/MAGISTRATE'S CONSTABLE:
Upon the judgment of this court, rendered on _____ day of ______________, 2________;
you are hereby ordered to proceed to the premises located at ____________________________,
___________________, SC _________.
Announce your identity and purpose and serve on the defendant(s) and all occupants a
copy of this Writ of Ejectment.
Inform them that they have twenty-four (24) hours to
voluntarily vacate the premises. If the premises appear unoccupied and no one responds to
your announced identity and purpose, the Writ of Ejectment shall be served by securely attaching
a copy of the Writ in a conspicuous place on the premises.
If after 24 hours following the service or posting of the Writ, the occupants have not
voluntarily vacated the premises, a deputy sheriff may enter the premises using only as much
force as is necessary to effectuate the Ejectment.
Upon gaining access, you shall remove from the premises any occupants and all items
of personal property found on the premises. Such property may be deposited beside the
public street or roadway. All personal property removed from the premises and placed on a
public street or roadway may be removed by the proper local government agency after forty-
eight (48) hours, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Such property may also be
removed in the normal course of debris or trash collection before or after a period of forty-eight
(48) hours.
Dated: ____________________________
______________________________________
MAGISTRATE
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_____________________________________, being duly sworn state that:
I personally served a copy of this Writ on ____________________________, an occupant of
the rental unit.
On
, 20
, at
, the rental unit appeared unoccupied and no
one responded when I announced my identity and intentions. I attached a copy of this Writ to a
conspicuous part of the premises. On
, 20
, at
, which was
not less than 24 hours from the posting date and time, I returned to the rental unit for the purpose
of ejectment.
Under my supervision, I had all persons and personal property removed and evicted from the
rental unit placing all personal property beside the roadside.
The rental unit was unoccupied. The Tenant and all occupants had vacated the unit.
Informed by Plaintiff that case is settled.
______________________________________
Dated: ____________________________
Sheriff/Deputy Sheriff/Constable
SCCA/734 (Amended 05/2008)
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_________________________
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CIVIL CASE NUMBER
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
)
)
IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT
COUNTY OF ______________________
)
)
_____________________________________
)
PLAINTIFF(S) )
)
WRIT OF EJECTMENT
VS.
)
(Eviction)
)
_____________________________________
)
DEFENDANT(S) )
TO THE SHERIFF/MAGISTRATE'S CONSTABLE:
Upon the judgment of this court, rendered on _____ day of ______________, 2________;
you are hereby ordered to proceed to the premises located at ____________________________,
___________________, SC _________.
Announce your identity and purpose and serve on the defendant(s) and all occupants a
copy of this Writ of Ejectment.
Inform them that they have twenty-four (24) hours to
voluntarily vacate the premises. If the premises appear unoccupied and no one responds to
your announced identity and purpose, the Writ of Ejectment shall be served by securely attaching
a copy of the Writ in a conspicuous place on the premises.
If after 24 hours following the service or posting of the Writ, the occupants have not
voluntarily vacated the premises, a deputy sheriff may enter the premises using only as much
force as is necessary to effectuate the Ejectment.
Upon gaining access, you shall remove from the premises any occupants and all items
of personal property found on the premises. Such property may be deposited beside the
public street or roadway. All personal property removed from the premises and placed on a
public street or roadway may be removed by the proper local government agency after forty-
eight (48) hours, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Such property may also be
removed in the normal course of debris or trash collection before or after a period of forty-eight
(48) hours.
Dated: ____________________________
______________________________________
MAGISTRATE
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_____________________________________, being duly sworn state that:
I personally served a copy of this Writ on ____________________________, an occupant of
the rental unit.
On
, 20
, at
, the rental unit appeared unoccupied and no
one responded when I announced my identity and intentions. I attached a copy of this Writ to a
conspicuous part of the premises. On
, 20
, at
, which was
not less than 24 hours from the posting date and time, I returned to the rental unit for the purpose
of ejectment.
Under my supervision, I had all persons and personal property removed and evicted from the
rental unit placing all personal property beside the roadside.
The rental unit was unoccupied. The Tenant and all occupants had vacated the unit.
Informed by Plaintiff that case is settled.
______________________________________
Dated: ____________________________
Sheriff/Deputy Sheriff/Constable
SCCA/734 (Amended 05/2008)