In case you missed it, the South Carolina Real Estate Commission revised the state’s 2013-Seller’s Disclosure Form. This latest revision was finalized in June 2017.
So what exactly did the Commission revise in the document? Basically, nothing. Well not exactly nothing, but close to it. The revision merely added the word “adverse” to the term “material facts”. On page one of the document the phrase no longer reads “material facts” but rather reads “material adverse facts.” This revision was due to the change in the licensing law.
The fact that the Seller Disclosure has not required an update over the past 3 years I believe is a testament to the hard work and quality of the document produced by the committee. I am proud to have served on the committee that corrected the previously flawed document issued by the Commission.
Meet Our New Partner Stewart James: Stewart grew up in Greer and graduated Riverside High School. Stewart received his under-graduate degree from Clemson University and law degree from Samford University. He now lives in Simpsonville with his wife, 2 children and golden retriever. When Stewart is not working he is either at the gym, church or on his hunting property. He also spends many weekends watching his daughters play soccer for the CESA program. Stewart will be in our Greenville office and will handle real estate closings, family law, contract, probate and estate planning and personal injury matters.
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