SC Code of Law: (http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t04c003.php)
SECTION 4-3-100: Charleston County
“…thence S 50° 20' E to intersection with the eastern right‑of‑way line of U.S. Highway 78, a distance of 83.9 chains; thence southeastward following the southeastern right‑of‑way line of U.S. Highway 78 to its intersection with the southern right‑of‑way line of the S.C. Highway S10‑76 (Ladson Road), a distance of 259.1 chains; thence eastward following the southern right‑of‑way line of S.C. Highway S10‑76 (Ladson Road) to its intersection with the eastern boundary of the Elms Tract, now owned by the Goose Creek Land Company; thence southward following the eastern boundary of said tract to its intersection with the center line of Goose Creek; thence eastward following the center line of Goose Creek to its intersection with the western right‑of‑way line of the CSX Corporation; thence southward following said western right‑of‑way line to its intersection with the southern right‑of‑way line of Secondary State Highway S‑8‑13 (Remount Road); thence eastward by a straight line to its intersection with the center line of Goose Creek at its mouth; thence following a line with a true azimuth of 147° (bearing of S 33° E) to the center line of the Cooper River; …”
SECTION 4-3-80: Berkeley County
“…beginning at the intersection of the present line between Charleston County and Berkeley County with the western line of the right of way of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and running thence northwardly with the western line of said right of way to its intersection with the run of Goose Creek; thence with the run of Goose Creek in a westerly direction to its intersection with the eastern boundary of Elms Tract, now owned by Goose Creek Land Company; thence northwardly along the eastern boundary of said tract to its intersection with the southern line of the Ladson Road; thence westwardly with the southern line of said Ladson Road to its intersection with the eastern line of the Blue House Road; thence on a bearing N. 50° 20' W. to the southeast corner of Dorchester County;…”
SECTION 4-3-85. Berkeley County; additional area of Charleston County transferred to Berkeley County. (2004 Act 244)
The following described portion of Charleston County is transferred and annexed to Berkeley County:
All that area, approximately 4.04 acres, now lying in the County of Charleston and identified as a portion of TMS #487‑00‑00‑026 located adjacent to Crowfield Plantation Development and shown on a map prepared by ADC Engineer, Inc., designated as Job #02227 and dated December 4, 2002.
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