Title 44, Chapter 2, Section 240
(a) The form of the owner's certificate of title shall correspond in general with the certificate of title form except that it shall be headed with the words "Owner's Certificate of Title." It is suggested that it be prepared on paper of suitable size which shall be folded into four pages. The first page shall contain the certificate proper omitting the notations and special entries. The inner pages, pages 2 and 3, shall be ruled and written or printed, preferably the latter, in conformity with the form shown in Code Section 44-2-234 for the printing and ruling of the title register for the entry of transfers, liens, encumbrances, creditors' certificates, and other like matters, these two pages being treated for this purpose as a single sheet so that ample space will thereby be given for the crosswise extension of the entries. The back, or fourth, page shall be endorsed as follows:
OWNER'S CERTIFICATE OF TITLE
Registered Title No. ____________________________________________
Certificate No. _________________________________________________
Issued to _______________________________________________________
Georgia, ________ County
Entered and Registered (in lieu of certificate No. ____, which has
This the ______ day of _____________, ____, at __:__ _.M.
Clerk, Superior Court
(b) In case of the first issuance of the owner's certificate on the
granting of a decree of registration, the words shown in parenthesis
in the endorsement should be omitted.
(c) It is suggested that convenience will be served by folding the
certificate in the manner of folding documents written on legal cap
or foolscap paper and by writing or printing the endorsement in the
style and manner in which similar endorsements are usually put on
legal documents. When printed blanks are prepared for use in this
connection, it is also suggested that a blank form of transfer be
printed on part of the fourth page other than that part used for the
endorsement. However, space should be left on the fourth page for
such entries as the clerk may be required to make, from time to
time, under this article such as certifying that the certificate is
valid with all entries noted to date.