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Regulatory Pathfinder
for Coastal Development in South Carolina

Relevant Laws

Federal Laws

This is a list of federal laws that impact coastal development in South Carolina. Click on any law to be taken to its brief description.

  1. Antiquities Act of 1906
  2. Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act)
  3. Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act
  4. Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972
  5. Endangered Species Act of 1973
  6. Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918
  7. National Environmental Policy Act of 1969
  8. Pollution Prevention Act of 1990
  9. Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899
  10. Safe Drinking Water Act

Federal Agencies and Independent Departments

State Laws

This is a list of South Carolina state laws that impact coastal development. Click on any law to be taken to its brief description.

  1. Coastal Tidelands and Wetlands
  2. Environmental Protection Fund Act
  3. Erosion and Sediment Reduction Act
  4. Groundwater Use and Reporting Act
  5. Interbasin Transfer of Water
  6. Pollution Control Act
  7. South Carolina Solid Waste Policy and Management Act
  8. South Carolina Water Quality Revolving Fund Authority Act
  9. State Grants for Water and Sewer Authorities, Districts or Systems
  10. State Recreational Waters Act
  11. State Safe Drinking Water Act
  12. Stormwater Management and Sediment Reduction Act
  13. Surface Water Withdrawal and Reporting Act
  14. Water Resources Planning and Coordination Act
  15. Waters, Water Resources and Drainage

State Agencies

Last Updated October 29, 2010

ABOUT THIS PATHFINDER

This project was supported through a generous grant from the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. The principal investigator is Professor Kim Diana Connolly at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Two law students, Keith Bartlett and Valerie Cochran, provided invaluable work toward project completion. Technical assistance with web design was provided by USC School of Law webmaster Tobias Brasier. Broken links should be reported to lawweb@law.sc.edu. This website is NOT intended as legal advice, and particularized analysis by professionals should be sought wherever appropriate.

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