2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 3 - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 10 - SALE OR POSSESSION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS IN DRY COUNTIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
§ 3-10-8 - Common nuisances -- Defined; institution of quo warranto proceedings against clubs or associations maintaining nuisances

O.C.G.A. 3-10-8 (2010)
3-10-8. Common nuisances -- Defined; institution of quo warranto proceedings against clubs or associations maintaining nuisances


(a) The following are declared to be common nuisances and may be abated or enjoined as such upon complaint of the Attorney General, or the district attorney of the superior court, or any citizen of the county where the common nuisance is located:

(1) Any place used for the unlawful manufacture, sale, barter, keeping for sale, or other unlawful disposition of distilled spirits;

(2) Any place where distilled spirits are sold, bartered, kept for sale, or otherwise disposed of, for consumption on or near the premises;

(3) Any resort or public eating place where distilled spirits are sold, served, or consumed; and

(4) Any club or other place in which distilled spirits are received or kept for the purpose of sale, barter, use, storage, gift, consumption, or for distribution or division among, or to be furnished to, the membership of any club or association of persons.

(b) Any club or association of persons chartered or incorporated under the laws of this state, which club or association violates any provision of this Code section or maintains or keeps any place as described in this Code section shall forfeit its charter. The forfeiture may be declared by proceedings in quo warranto against the club or incorporated association in a court of competent jurisdiction in the county where the unlawful act is committed.

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