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Definitions for "court" in Georgia State Code
"Court" means the superior court in the county where the consumer resides, except if the consumer does not reside in this state, then the superior court in the county where an arbitration hearing or determination was conducted or made pursuant to this [...]
(4) "Court" or "juvenile court" means the court exercising jurisdiction over juvenile matters.
(6) "Court" means an entity authorized under the law of a state to establish, enforce, or modify a child custody determination.
(2) "Court" means the superior court of this state and, when the context requires, means the court of any other state as defined in a substantially similar reciprocal law.
(1) "Court" means judges in the classes of courts identified in Title 15 and any other person while acting as such a judge pursuant to designation as otherwise authorized by law.
"Court" means the probate court for the county of residence of the disabled adult or elder person or the county in which such person is found. In any case in which the judge of the probate court is unable to hear a case brought under this chapter within the [...]
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(4) "Court" means any court of competent jurisdiction other than a juvenile court.
(2) "Court" means the superior court of the county where the land is located.
(12) "Court" means the superior court of the county where the condominium or any part thereof is located.
(4) "Court" means the superior court of the county where the development or any part thereof is located.
"Court" means the probate court in the county where the minor resides, or, if the minor is not a resident of this state, the probate court in the county where the custodian resides or has his principal place of business or where the custodial property is [...]
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