2010 Georgia Code
O.C.G.A. 44-14-165 (2010)
TITLE 44 - PROPERTY
CHAPTER 14 - MORTGAGES, CONVEYANCES TO SECURE DEBT, AND LIENS
ARTICLE 7 - FORECLOSURE
PART 1 - IN GENERAL
§ 44-14-165 - Vacation of certain judgments prior to sale -- Effect
44-14-165. Vacation of certain judgments prior to sale -- Effect
When a judgment is vacated and set aside as provided by Code Sections 44-14-163 and 44-14-164, the obligation upon which the judgment was rendered, as well as the deed, bond for title, bill of sale securing the same, and other instruments mentioned in Code Section 44-14-163, shall be fully restored in all respects to their original status which existed prior to the commencement of the action in which the judgment was rendered; and thereafter the instruments shall be for all purposes whatsoever legally of force and effect as if an action had not been instituted and a judgment had not been obtained on the obligation.
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