South Carolina Rules Annotated 2022


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Principal Author: Justin S. Kahn

© 2022

With this book, Justin Kahn’s primary goal for 30 years has been to create a quick, concise, and user-friendly rules reference for lawyers and judges. Regular updates provide the latest rules and annotations to make this book a one-stop resource for South Carolina practitioners. This book is current as of September 1, 2022, with the newest updates, appellate annotations, and decisions related to each rule. As such, the South Carolina Rules Annotated 2022 is the most up-to-date premier compendium of South Carolina state court rules and cases citing those rules.

This edition includes the latest amendments to Rules 4 and 43(k) of the SC Rules of Civil Procedure, updates to Rules 3(C), 4, 11(D), 36(A), and 71 for the Administrative Law Court, and the amendments to the South Carolina Electronic Filing Policies and Guidelines as stated in order 2022-05-27-01.

With more than 550 pages, South Carolina Rules Annotated 2022 includes the full text and latest annotations for these South Carolina rules: Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, Family Court, Probate Court, Magistrate’s Court, Administrative Law Court, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. The Electronic Filing Policies and Guidelines are also included. Easy-to-use page headings quickly guide you to the rule you are looking for.

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Summary of Contents:

  • South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure
  • South Carolina Electronic Filing Policies and Guidelines
  • South Carolina Rules of Criminal Procedure
  • South Carolina Rules of Family Court
  • South Carolina Rules of Probate Court
  • Administrative Law Court Rules
  • Magistrate Court Rules
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules
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