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O.C.G.A. 15-2-6 (2010)
15-2-6. Duty of Justices to attend; adjournment where less than quorum attend


It shall be the duty of all the Justices of the Supreme Court to attend each term thereof. However, if, from providential cause, any of the Justices cannot attend the court, the court may be held by a quorum as defined by Article VI, Section VI, Paragraph I of the Constitution of this state. If less than a quorum attend, the Justices attending may adjourn the court to any time agreed upon by the attending Justices.

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Statutes > Georgia > Title-15 > Chapter-2 > Article-1 > 15-2-6

O.C.G.A. 15-2-6 (2010)
15-2-6. Duty of Justices to attend; adjournment where less than quorum attend


It shall be the duty of all the Justices of the Supreme Court to attend each term thereof. However, if, from providential cause, any of the Justices cannot attend the court, the court may be held by a quorum as defined by Article VI, Section VI, Paragraph I of the Constitution of this state. If less than a quorum attend, the Justices attending may adjourn the court to any time agreed upon by the attending Justices.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Georgia > Title-15 > Chapter-2 > Article-1 > 15-2-6

O.C.G.A. 15-2-6 (2010)
15-2-6. Duty of Justices to attend; adjournment where less than quorum attend


It shall be the duty of all the Justices of the Supreme Court to attend each term thereof. However, if, from providential cause, any of the Justices cannot attend the court, the court may be held by a quorum as defined by Article VI, Section VI, Paragraph I of the Constitution of this state. If less than a quorum attend, the Justices attending may adjourn the court to any time agreed upon by the attending Justices.

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