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South Carolina Self Storage Association Hosts Legal ‘Lunch and Learn’ Event


The South Carolina Self Storage Association (SCSSA) will host a lunch and learn meeting on Oct. 13, featuring a presentation by self-storage attorney Scott Zucker. Zucker will discuss the South Carolina lien law and other important topics for the state’s self-storage operators.

The event will take place at noon to 4 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in St. Columbia, S.C. It will include a networking session and lunch and is free for all self-storage professionals. More information can be obtained by e-mailing or visiting Interested parties can also contact SCSSA president J. Wallace at 843.562.6736.

The Oct. 13 program will update self-storage owners and managers of recent legislative changes that will affect their business. Attendees will learn about lien-sale issues under South Carolina law, how to legally use e-mail as part of a self-storage operation, strategies for collecting payments and avoiding lien sales, and tips for avoiding wrongful-sale claims.

Zucker is a partner in the Atlanta law firm Weissmann Zucker Euster Morochnik P.C., where he specializes in real estate and business litigation. He represents self-storage owners and managers nationwide on legal matters including property development, facility construction, lease preparation, employment policies and tenant-claims defense. He also provides advice to self-storage companies in the areas of foreclosure, lien sales, premises liability and loss-control safeguards.

Zucker is legal counsel to several state self-storage associations. He is also the author of Legal Topics in Self Storage: A Sourcebook for Owners and Managers and a partner in the Self Storage Legal Network, a subscription-based legal service. 

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