lawskills
Loading
Did you know you can download our entire database for free?


Resources
[more] 

Georgia Caselaw:
Browse
Greatest Hits

Georgia Code: Browse

(external) Findlaw Georgia Law Resources


This site exists because of donors like you.

Thanks!


Georgia State Code
Title      14
Chapter       2  
Section Navigation   101 ... 126       127 ... 201   
 201.1 ... 303       304 ... 601   
   602 ... 626       627 ... 704   
   705 ... 726       727 ... 742   
   743 ... 805       806 ... 823   
   824 ... 844       850 ... 859   
   860 ... 912       913 ... 924   
   925 ... 943       950 ... 1008  
  1009 ... 1105.1   1106 ... 1131  
  1132 ... 1322     1323 ... 1402  
  1403 ... 1420       1421 ... 1502  
  1503 ... 1530     1531 ... 1622  
  1701 ... 1703    
Section<<< 1421 1422 1423 1430 1431 1432 1433 1440 1501 1502 >>>  
Title 14, Chapter 2, Section 1502 (14-2-1502)

(a) A foreign corporation transacting business in this state without a certificate of authority may not maintain a proceeding in any court in this state until it obtains a certificate of authority.

(b) Each foreign corporation that has not obtained a certificate of authority within 30 calendar days after the first day on which it transacts business in this state shall be liable for the civil penalty set out in Code Section 14-2-122 for each year or part thereof during which it so transacts business. Such civil penalty shall be in addition to other consequences set out in this Code section and shall be collected without discretion by the Secretary of State.

(c) The successor to a foreign corporation that transacted business in this state without a certificate of authority and the assignee of a cause of action arising out of that business may not maintain a proceeding based on that cause of action in any court in this state unless before the commencement of the proceeding the foreign corporation or its successor obtains a certificate of authority.

(d) Notwithstanding subsections (a), (b), and (c) of this Code section, the failure of a foreign corporation to obtain a certificate of authority does not impair the validity of its corporate acts or prevent it from defending any proceeding in this state.

Saturday May 23 14:48 EDT


This site exists because of donors like you.

Thanks!


Valid HTML 4.0!

Valid CSS!





Home - Tour - Disclaimer - Privacy - Contact Us
Copyright © 2000,2002,2004 Lawskills.com