Posted by ToolBar_SC on July 10, 2001 at 11:58:27:
I understand what you are saying and hear you about the situation. As far as I know a notice MUST be given in SC also. I’m just not certain about the law on a visitor/tenant eviction.
If your not willing to push a legal action to get you grandmother’s belongings back, then I don’t see how your going to get these backwoods apartment management to pay you much attention. Even if you don’t want to go to court you may need the advice and guidenance of a lawyer (MY GOD DID I TYPE THAT!!! YES I DID!!!).
I’d ask the apartment management streight out, where I can pick up my grandmother’s belongings. If I couldn’t get them or I didn’t like the answer I’d get the advice of a lawyer. It may only take a letter from the lawyer to streighten everything out. If it doesn’t then your either going to have to decide to forget it or push harder which may or may not require a legal suit.
Sorry I can’t help you more but your in a gray area that common sense should prevail and not having to have laws to do whats right.
Best of Luck