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Georgia State Code
Title      24
Chapter       7  
Section Navigation     1 ... 20           21 ... 27      
Section<<< 21 22 23 24 25 26 27  
Title 24, Chapter 7, Section 26 (24-7-26)

(a) The official certificate of a justice of the peace of any state of the United States to any judgment, and the preliminary proceedings before him, with the official certificate of the clerk of any court of record within the county in which the justice resides, under the seal of such court of record, stating that the justice is an acting justice of the peace of that county and that the signature to his certificate is genuine, shall be prima-facie evidence of the proceedings and judgment.

(b) When the term of office of a justice of the peace of another state has expired or when for any reason the office has been vacated, the official certificate of the successor in office of the justice to any judgment and the preliminary proceedings before the retired justice, stating that he is the successor in office of the retired justice and the proper custodian of the judgment and preliminary proceedings, the same being in his custody, with the official certificate of the clerk of any court of record within the county in which the justice making the certificate resides, under the seal of such court of record, stating that the justice making the certificate is an acting justice of the peace of that county and the successor in office of the justice before whom the proceedings were had and by whom the judgment was rendered and that the signature to his certificate is genuine, shall be prima-facie evidence of such proceedings and judgment.

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