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July 13, 2020 1:00 PM


Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton extended the Statewide Judicial Emergency through August 11, 2020.
The Magistrate Court has published its Guidance as to when and how Court operations will commence, following assessments and consultation with Public Health officials. This Guidance affects the following calendars: Landlord-Tenant (Dispossessory), Small Claims, Abandoned Motor Vehicles, Child Abandonment, Warrant Applications, Garnishment, Environment, Copy of Charges, Personal Property Foreclosures, Trover, Post-Judgement Hearings, and Misdemeanor Mental Health Court jail.

Click the link below to view the Standing Order During and Following the Statewide Judicial Emergency.

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July 16, 2020 9:51 AM

The Magistrate Court of Fulton County and the Fulton County Marshal are coordinating efforts to ensure that the eviction process is carried out consistent with public health and safety guidelines.
Please click below to read the press release from the Magistrate Court and Fulton County Marshal.

Statewide Judicial Emergency Evictions Update

Prior Updates

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July 10, 2020 8:35 AM

Out of an abundance of caution, Chief Magistrate Judge Cassandra Kirk has ordered to vacate all Landlord-Tenant in-person hearings scheduled in the limited Order of Business during the Judicial Emergency.
To read the Order, click the link below:

Order to Vacate Landlord-Tenant in-person hearings in Limited Order of Business
June 17, 2020 10:30 AM

The Chief Magistrate Judge Cassandra Kirk has issued an Amended Standing Order to Vacate Garnishment Affidavit Approval Order's and Stay Garnishment proceedings during the Statewide Judicial Emergency.

Click the link below to read the Second Amended Standing Order.

Second Amended Standing Order to Stay Garnishment Proceedings