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Georgia Immediate Notice to Quit | Non-Payment of Rent

The Georgia Immediate Notice to Quit is a form that may be used by a landlord to inform a tenant that their rent is late and that they are required to make a payment or else face a possible dispossessory action (eviction). This notice is sent out of courtesy by the landlord and is not required meaning…

Georgia Promissory Note Templates

The Georgia promissory note templates are a pair of documents structured to add legality and cohesiveness to a loan transaction between two parties. The documents are completely jointly by both the lender and borrower in the transaction. In the document, the parties will be required to agree on sections regarding payment types, due dates, late fees,…

Georgia Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The Georgia unsecured promissory note is a document created to help two parties come to an agreement on the terms and conditions of a loan as well as ensure the loaned balance is reimbursed to the lender in the transaction. Because this note is unsecured, the lender has very little financial protection as there is no security…

Georgia Secured Promissory Note Template

The Georgia secured promissory note is a document used when one party wants to lend money to another. The document ads legality and helps ensure the borrower makes his or her payment(s) on time. When selecting the interest rate for the balance, make sure to check (GA ST T. 7, Ch. 4, Sec. 7-4-2 and 7-4-18) to…

Georgia Small Estate Affidavit | Petition for Order Declaring No Administration Necessary

A Georgia small estate affidavit is a means to more quickly distribute the assets of certain kinds of estates. It is also known as a “petition for order declaring no administration necessary” and it may only be used in a narrow set of circumstances: when the decedent died without a will (or had a will,…

Georgia Last Will and Testament Template

A Georgia Last Will and Testament is an essential estate-planning document that protects a testator’s (person to whom the will belongs) real estate, personal property, fiduciary funds, and even digital property after their death. Testators can designate their chosen beneficiaries on the will document and stipulate instructions regarding the amount or portion of the estate…

Georgia Deed Forms

The Georgia deed forms are a method by which property in Georgia is transferred, or conveyed, from one person to another. There are different types of deeds depending on your situation and your needs. Some deeds (warranty) have a guarantee built in where the seller is guaranteeing that he or she has the title and…

Georgia Limited Warranty Deed Form

The Georgia limited warranty deed provides a method of transferring property from one person to another in Georgia. Rather than providing a full warranty on the transfer, it provides a limited warranty whereby the seller (or grantor) agrees to defend the buyer (or grantee) against any claims made through the seller. This means that the seller…

Georgia General Warranty Deed Form

A Georgia general warranty deed is used by a seller (“grantor”) of property to transfer and guarantee title to a buyer (“grantee”). This type of deed also includes a guarantee from the seller that he owns the property free and clear and that he has the legal authority to sell the property. That means that…

Georgia Quit Claim Deed Form

A Georgia quit claim deed is a document used to convey property from a seller to a buyer. It is fair to note, this type of deed transfers ownership with no guarantee. The seller, in this case, is merely transferring whatever interest he or she has in the property. That interest could be a full, unrestricted…