2015 Georgia Code
Title 9 - CIVIL PRACTICE
Chapter 16 - UNIFORM CIVIL FORFEITURE PROCEDURE ACT
§ 9-16-4 - Venue
A complaint for forfeiture pursuant to Code Section 9-16-12 or 9-16-13 shall be tried:
(1) If the complaint for forfeiture is in rem against real property, in the county where the property is located, except where a single tract is divided by a county line, in which case the superior court of either county shall have jurisdiction;
(2) If the complaint for forfeiture is in rem against tangible or intangible personal property, in any county where the property is located or will be located during the pendency of the action; or
(3) If the complaint for forfeiture is in personam, as provided in Article VI, Section II of the Constitution.
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