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Georgia State Code
Title      48
Chapter       5  
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Title 48, Chapter 5, Section 164 (48-5-164)

(a) In case a tax collector or tax commissioner has been succeeded in office by another person, a list of the uncollected items of tax appearing in the account of the outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner at the time of the accounting shall be furnished by the commissioner or the county governing authority to the tax collector or tax commissioner who succeeds the outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner.

(b)(1) Each tax collector or tax commissioner to whom a list is furnished as provided in subsection (a) of this Code section shall pay to the outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner, as the taxes are collected, one-half of the commissions and retain for his services one-half, the commissions to be calculated as if the amounts had been collected by the outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner.

(2) Reserved.

(c) The outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner shall no longer have the right or the duty to collect the taxes uncollected during his term or to enforce the executions issued for the taxes, but all uncompleted duties with respect to the enforcement and collection of the taxes shall pass to his successor.

(d) The outgoing tax collector or tax commissioner and his sureties or his bond shall be discharged upon his delivery to his successor of the books and papers in his office which relate to the uncollected taxes, except for defaults existing prior to that time.

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