2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 44 - PROPERTY
CHAPTER 12 - RIGHTS IN PERSONALTY
ARTICLE 2 - CHOSES IN ACTION
§ 44-12-24 - What rights of action may and may not be assigned

O.C.G.A. 44-12-24 (2010)
44-12-24. What rights of action may and may not be assigned


Except for those situations governed by Code Sections 11-2-210 and 11-9-406, a right of action is assignable if it involves, directly or indirectly, a right of property. A right of action for personal torts or for injuries arising from fraud to the assignor may not be assigned.

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