New to this forum. I am having trouble interpreting NEC codes for my detached garage. For reference, I live in Charleston, SC. My home was built in October 2015 with a detached garage. The detached garage contains one GFCI outlet wired to two addition non-GFCI outlets. The entire garage power can be controlled with a switch on the garage wall. I have read two interpretations of codes. One being that this GFCI outlet needs to remain in all detached garages. The second interpretation states that a GFCI outlet is not needed if the breaker is a GFCI breaker. My garage breaker is found inside my home with all of my other home breakers in the same box. Can anyone help me identify the appropriate regulations? Is a GFCI breaker enough for regulations and the GFCI outlet can be removed putting 3 Non-GFCI outlets on the same line from the breaker box? Any info is much appreciated. I will provide any additional information if needed. Thanks.