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Georgia State Code
Title      19
Chapter      11  
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Title 19, Chapter 11, Section 79 (19-11-79)

(a) An obligee seeking to register a foreign support order in a superior court of this state shall transmit to the district attorney:

(1) Three certified copies of the order with all modifications thereof;

(2) One copy of the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act of the state in which the order was made;

(3) One copy of the law governing certification of orders in the state in which the order is being certified; and

(4) A statement, verified and signed by the obligee, showing the post office address of the obligee, the last known place of residence and post office address of the obligor, the amount of support remaining unpaid, a description and the location of any property of the obligor available upon execution, and a list of the states in which the order is registered.

(b) Upon receipt of the documents specified in subsection (a) of this Code section, the district attorney shall file them with the clerk of the superior court, for the purpose of setting a hearing thereon.

(c) Within ten days after the filing, the clerk shall send, by certified or registered mail or statutory overnight delivery with return receipt requested, to the obligor at the address given, a notice of the filing with a copy of the support order and a copy of the rule nisi setting the matter down for hearing. He shall also docket the case for hearing and notify the district attorney.

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