In South Carolina, there is no legal obligation for corporations to draft a corporate bylaw during formation. However, you will find that implementing this document into your business structure will greatly strengthen the overall organization of your internal affairs. Corporations operating without the use of this agreement will be doing so without written proof of the rules and regulations that govern the managing members of the entity. Before officially drafting this document, it would be wise to seek legal assistance to ensure that the agreement will benefit the entity to the best of its abilities. Click on the links at the top of this webpage, or alternatively on the image below, to download the free templates that we have provided in both MS Word and PDF formatting.