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Customer: My name is ***** *****. I am interested in learning more about South Carolina Law with respect to usury.
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Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 10 months ago.

When it comes to non-consumer transactions in South Carolina, there is no general usury limitation. The South Carolina Consumer Protection Code sets forth the maximum rates for interest on consumer transactions.

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