Title 22, Chapter 2, Section 113
(a) The tender, payment, or acceptance of the amount of the award
shall not prevent any party from prosecuting the appeal.
(b) Where separate and distinct parcels of property are condemned in
the same proceeding, the owner of any separate and distinct property
may file a separate appeal to a jury in the superior court.
(c) If the amount awarded by the special master or the special master panel, if such a panel exists, is less than that found by the verdict of the jury, the condemnor shall be bound to pay the sum so finally adjudged less the amount previously deposited as provided in Code Section 22-2-110 plus lawful interest on the difference from the date of such deposit, in order to retain the property.
(d) If the condemnor fails to pay the amount of the award or
judgment within ten days after the same is filed or entered, then
the clerk shall issue execution upon such award or judgment which
may be levied upon any property of the condemnor.