2014 Georgia Code
Title 9 - CIVIL PRACTICE
Chapter 10 - CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE GENERALLY
Article 5 - VERIFICATION
§ 9-10-114 - Use of verified answer as evidence; amendment of sworn answer
The defendant shall always have the privilege of filing an answer under oath for the purpose of using the same as evidence on any motion to dissolve an injunction or to set aside any extraordinary process or remedy granted. A sworn answer may be amended at any time, by leave of the court, as other pleadings; but an admission made in the answer shall always be evidence when offered by the other party.
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