Newnan Pratlaw's Posts On Hot Legal Topics

June 4, 2009


Filed under: CORPORATIONS HAVE TO HAVE A LAWYER — thebigpraetor @ 10:27 am

A corporation cannot be represented in a courtroom in Georgia, Probate, State, Superior Court ~ except in certain circumstances in Magistrate Court. In Magistrate Court a corporation can only be represented by an officer; some Magistrates will allow an agent with express authority from the corporation’s president and board to represent a corporation before it.

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