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2020 Georgia Code
Title 19 - Domestic Relations
Chapter 13 - Family Violence
Article 1 - Granting of Relief by Superior Courts
- § 19-13-1. "Family Violence" Defined
- § 19-13-2. Jurisdiction of Superior Court
- § 19-13-3. Petition Seeking Relief From Family Violence; Temporary Relief Ex Parte; Hearing; Dismissal of Petition Upon Failure to Hold Hearing; Procedural Advice for Victims; Delays
- § 19-13-4. Protective Orders and Consent Agreements; Contents; Delivery to Sheriff; Expiration; Enforcement
- § 19-13-5. Supplemental Nature of Remedies Provided by Article
- § 19-13-6. Penalties
- For article, "Obtaining Protective Orders for Relief from Family Violence," see 6 Ga. St. B.J. 20 (2000). For article, "Domestic Relations Law," see 53 Mercer L. Rev. 265 (2001). For article, "Family Violence and Military Procedures in Georgia: An Introduction for Non-Military Lawyers," see 7 Ga. St. B.J. 16 (2001). For note on the 1994 amendments of Code Sections 19-13-3 to 19-13-4 of this article, see 11 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 180 (1994). For comment, "The Abuse of Animals as a Method of Domestic Violence: The Need for Criminalization," see 63 Emory L.J. 1163 (2014).
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