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2006 Georgia Code - 48-6-7048-6-70. Every resident holder of an instrument securing a long-term note secured by real property located outside of this state including, but not limited to, domestic corporations and foreign corporations having their principal places of business in this state shall file, in lieu of recording the instrument securing any such note, at such periodic intervals as the commissioner by regulation may designate, a memorandum of the instrument with the commissioner on forms prescribed by the commissioner. At the same time as the memorandum is filed, the holder of the instrument shall pay to the commissioner the amount of the tax required by this article with respect to the instrument. The revenue from each instrument shall be distributed to the state, counties, and municipalities as if the real property securing the instrument were located in the county of the domicile of the taxpayer or, if the taxpayer is a corporation, in the county of the principal place of business of the taxpayer.
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