“It Ain’t as Bad As You Think” . ? . It Is As Bad As I Think, and Probably Even Worse

I keep thinking about that.  Being told that it really isn’t as bad as I think.  Hell if it ain’t! When I was a little girl, we walked to school.  We would get there in the morning, and there would be the morning prayer.  Right after that, we all said I Pledge Allegiance to theContinue reading ““It Ain’t as Bad As You Think” . ? . It Is As Bad As I Think, and Probably Even Worse”

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Court of Appeals – ATLaw

http://www.atlawblog.com/2012/06/anybody-else-want-to-be-an-appeals-court-judge/ Archive for the ‘Court of Appeals’ Category Anybody else want to be an appeals court judge? 3:48 pm, June 26th, 2012 Gov. Nathan Deal’s Judicial Nominating Commission has officially jump-started the process of filling the vacancy on the state Court of Appeals, created by yesterday’s promotion of Judge Keith Blackwell to the state SupremeContinue reading “Court of Appeals – ATLaw”

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GA Supreme Court: Security Deeds That Lack of Attestation in GA

Recorded Security Deed which lacks attestations does not provide constructive notice to subsequent bona fide purchasers Posted on April 8, 2011 by Fletcher Jim In US Bank Nat’l Ass’n v. Gordon, Case No. S10Q1564 (Ga. march 25, 2011), the Georgia Supreme Court answered in the negative the following certified question from the United States DistrictContinue reading “GA Supreme Court: Security Deeds That Lack of Attestation in GA”

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