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Normally the notice is a long as the tenancy period which in a week to week verbal tenancy which would be 7 days. South Carolina is no different, so if the tenant is on a week-to-week tenancy, the landlord should serve a 7 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy. I would simply take the time to terminate the tenancy as no reason has to be given and it is only a couple more days. This would give the tenant less possible defenses and you can serve an eviction notice on them if they do not vacate at the time of the end of the tenancy.
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It is five days if you want to serve an eviction notice though for nonpayment of rent. It is your choice which you would like. If you think they will just leave the 7 day notice might be less contentious.
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