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INTRODUCTION

This Handbook is designed to answer common residential landlord-tenant questions. The

information

in

this

Handbook

does

not

apply commercial

or

business

leases.

The

facts

determine the proper solution to each problem. ecause the facts of each case are different, the

answers contained in this Handbook are given general terms and may not apply to your

specific problem.

While this publication can behelpful to both landords and tenants, it should not be a

substitute for professional legal advice. This Handbook containinformation on Georgia

landlord-tenant law as ofJune 2012 and, as such, may not eect the status of Georgia law.

Before relying on the information in this Handbook, the underlying law should be independently

researched and analyzed in light of your specific problem and facts.

In Georgia, there is not a governmentalency that has the power to intervene in a

dispute between a landlord and ten nt to force one or the other pary to behave in any particular

manner. A landlord or tenantwho cannot resolve a dispute on t eir own would need to use the

A single copy of the Handbook is prod i free of charge.

The Handbook is also

available on the internet at the Georgia Department of

Community Affairs

courts, either directly or through a lawyer, to enforce their legal rights.

www.dca.ga.gov under Publications, and at www.legalaid-ga.org.

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