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The pastor at Holy Zion Pentacostal Church in Savannah, Ga., has learned of a loophole in state law. Anyone can file eviction proceedings in court without having to prove they own the property in question. He learned of the loophole when someone evicted him and his wife from their church-owned house. After an eviction action is filed in court, the court sends a notice to the target and, if there is no response within 7 days, eviction proceeds, even if the owners had, say, been on vacation during those 7 days. (RC/WTOC Savannah) ...Voters should do it to every legislator in the state until it’s fixed.
Original Publication Date: 28 September 2014
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 21.

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