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Georgia State Code
Title      21
Chapter       5  
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Title 21, Chapter 5, Section 7 (21-5-7)

(a) The commission shall not initiate any investigation or inquiry into any matter under its jurisdiction based upon the complaint of any person unless that person shall reduce the same in writing and verify the same under oath to the best information, knowledge, and belief of such person, the falsification of which shall be punishable as false swearing under Code Section 16-10-71. The person against whom any complaint is made shall be furnished or mailed a copy of the complaint by the commission immediately upon the commission's receipt of such complaint and prior to any other public dissemination of such complaint. Nothing in this Code section, however, shall be construed to limit or encumber the right of the commission to initiate on probable cause an investigation on its own cognizance as it deems necessary to fulfill its obligations under this chapter.

(b) The commission shall adopt rules which shall provide that:

(1) Upon the commission's receipt of a complaint, a determination shall be made as to whether the complaint relates to an alleged technical defect in a filing. For this purpose, a technical defect shall be a defect such as a failure to include a date or an incorrect date, a failure to include a contributor's occupation or an incorrect occupation, a failure to include an address or an incorrect address, or any other similar technical defect as specified by rule of the commission;

(2) When the commission determines that a complaint relates to a technical defect in a filing, the subject of the complaint shall be given a period of ten days to correct the alleged technical defect. During such ten-day period the complaint shall be considered as received by the commission but not yet filed with the commission. If during such ten-day period the alleged technical violation is cured by an amended filing or otherwise, or if during such ten-day period the subject of the complaint demonstrates that there is no technical violation as alleged, the complaint shall be disposed of without filing or further proceedings and no penalty shall be imposed.

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