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Georgia State Code
Title      18
Chapter       4  
Section Navigation     1 ... 22       22.1 ... 47    
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Section<<< 92 92.1 93 94 95 96 97 110 111 112 >>>  
Title 18, Chapter 4, Section 111 (18-4-111)

(a) All debts owed by the garnishee to the defendant at the time of service of summons of continuing garnishment upon the garnishee and all debts accruing from the garnishee to the defendant from such date of service to and including the one hundred seventy-ninth day thereafter shall be subject to process of continuing garnishment; and no payment made by the garnishee to the defendant or to his order or by any arrangement between the defendant and the garnishee after the date of the service of the summons of continuing garnishment upon the garnishee shall defeat the lien of such garnishment.

(b) All property, money, or effects of the defendant in the possession or control of the garnishee at the time of service of the summons of continuing garnishment upon the garnishee or coming into the possession or control of the garnishee at any time from the date of such service to and including the one hundred seventy-ninth day thereafter shall be subject to process of continuing garnishment, except in the case of collateral securities in the hands of a creditor. Such securities shall not be subject to continuing garnishment so long as there is an amount owed on the debt for which such securities were given as collateral.

(c) Notwithstanding this Code section, the exemptions from garnishment required or allowed by law, including, but not limited to, exemptions provided by Code Sections 18-4-20 and 18-4-22, shall be applicable to a continuing garnishment.

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