For roughly the last 45 years, the Georgia statutory scene has featured both codification species--a statutorily sanctioned code of 1933, and a supplemented and "annotated" code of private publication. For many purposes this situation was of little interest or importance; on occasion, however, the point could become one of ominous significance, particularly for lawyers (and their clients). Perhaps a brief account of a few of those occasions and a summary description of the current codification effort--itself already the subject of litigation--will prove of general interest.
R. Perry Sentell Jr.,
Codification and Consequences: The Georgian Motif
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