1. The court did not err in quashing defendant's request for admissions and notice to take the deposition of the president of the plaintiff corporation since the information therein sought was already admitted or had already been secured by the use of interrogatories, and if any further information was needed it could be secured by further interrogatories.
2. Under Georgia Laws 1968, pp. 565-707, 708, 709, 722 (new Georgia Business Corporation Code 22-1401, 22-1402, 22-1421; Code Ann. 22-1401, 22-1402, 22-1421), a foreign corporation shall have the right to maintain a suit and make loans and create or acquire evidence of debt in this State without being considered as transacting business in this State, although if it is found to be transacting business in this State without a certificate of authority it shall not "be permitted to maintain any action, suit or proceeding in any court of this State." Since the subsidiary corporation was here suing on a note it received in making a loan to the agent of an insurance company of which it was a subsidiary this suit could be maintained.
3. Code 81-405 and 81-701 involving unconditional contracts in writing and requiring pleas of non est factum as to deeds, bonds, notes, drafts, receipts, orders and other instruments in writing, having been repealed by the Civil Practice Act of 1966, pp. 609, 687, as amended in 1967, pp. 226, 242, 243, 246, 247 and 249 (Code Ann. 81A-201), and the new procedure (Ga. L. 1966, pp. 609, 619, as amended in 1967, pp. 226, 230; Code Ann. 81A-108) not requiring an affirmative defense for unconditional contracts in writing, the general denial of indebtedness here in the defendant's answer, as well as his denial of the plaintiff's request for admissions of facts and genuineness of documents in which he unequivocally denied the genuineness of the note and policy assignment, conflicts with the pleadings, interrogatories and admissions by which the plaintiff sought the summary judgment in this instance.
4. Examination of the alleged statutory notice to sue and demand attorneys' fees shows that it did not comply with Code 20-506 (c), as amended (Ga. L. 1946, pp. 761, 766; 1953, pp. 545, 546; 1957, p. 264; 1968, p. 317) in that the maker, endorser or party sought to be held on said obligation shall have "10 days from the receipt of such notice to pay the principal and interest without the attorneys' fees," and in this instance the notification merely stated that to avoid the attorneys' fees by paying the principal and interest he could do so "within ten (10) days from the date on this note." The statutory notice for attorneys' fees in this instance did not comply with the law unless it be shown by evidence that notice was given in accordance with the statute. See Adair Realty &c. Co. v. Williams Bros. Lumber Co., 112 Ga. App. 16
, 17 (143 SE2d 577
); Harrison v. Arrendale, 113 Ga. App. 118
(2a, b) (147 SE2d 356
). Defendant denied receipt of notification, and no proof thereof was made.
Stow, Garvin & Glenn, James A. Glenn, Jr., for appellee.