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O.C.G.A. 48-3-24 (2010)
48-3-24. Interposition of claims; oath; bond; trial

When any execution is issued against a tax collector, tax commissioner, or taxpayer for taxes due the state or a county of the state and the sheriff or other officer levies the execution on property claimed by a person not a party to the execution, the claimant shall make the same oath as required in other claim cases and give bond and security for the amounts claimed in the execution plus costs. The same proceedings shall be had on the claim as are provided for the trial of the right of property, except that the trial shall be held in the county in which the levy was made. If the property is found to be subject to the execution, the liability of the claimant and his sureties shall be in all respects the same as the liability on an appeal bond.