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O.C.G.A. 44-13-103 (2010)
44-13-103. Objections to survey or to valuation of improvements; application to probate court; appointment of appraisers; alterations in survey


Should any creditor, for any cause, desire to dispute the propriety of the survey or the value of the improvements, he may make application to the judge of the probate court and give notice to the debtor thereof. Thereafter, the judge may appoint three appraisers to view the survey and to value the improvements; and, on their return, the judge may direct the surveyor to make such alterations as shall, in his judgment, be conformable to law. It shall be a valid ground of objection to the propriety of any survey that the same has been so made by a disregard of the shape and location of the entire tract as to injure unjustly or needlessly the value of any land left unexempted.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Georgia > Title-44 > Chapter-13 > Article-2 > 44-13-103

O.C.G.A. 44-13-103 (2010)
44-13-103. Objections to survey or to valuation of improvements; application to probate court; appointment of appraisers; alterations in survey


Should any creditor, for any cause, desire to dispute the propriety of the survey or the value of the improvements, he may make application to the judge of the probate court and give notice to the debtor thereof. Thereafter, the judge may appoint three appraisers to view the survey and to value the improvements; and, on their return, the judge may direct the surveyor to make such alterations as shall, in his judgment, be conformable to law. It shall be a valid ground of objection to the propriety of any survey that the same has been so made by a disregard of the shape and location of the entire tract as to injure unjustly or needlessly the value of any land left unexempted.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Georgia > Title-44 > Chapter-13 > Article-2 > 44-13-103

O.C.G.A. 44-13-103 (2010)
44-13-103. Objections to survey or to valuation of improvements; application to probate court; appointment of appraisers; alterations in survey


Should any creditor, for any cause, desire to dispute the propriety of the survey or the value of the improvements, he may make application to the judge of the probate court and give notice to the debtor thereof. Thereafter, the judge may appoint three appraisers to view the survey and to value the improvements; and, on their return, the judge may direct the surveyor to make such alterations as shall, in his judgment, be conformable to law. It shall be a valid ground of objection to the propriety of any survey that the same has been so made by a disregard of the shape and location of the entire tract as to injure unjustly or needlessly the value of any land left unexempted.

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