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Georgia Code Title 24. Evidence § 24-2-220

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The existence and territorial extent of states and their forms of government;  all symbols of nationality;  the laws of nations;  all laws and resolutions of the General Assembly and the journals of each branch thereof as published by authority;  the laws of the United States and of the several states thereof as published by authority;  the uniform rules of the courts;  the administrative rules and regulations filed with the Secretary of State pursuant to Code Section 50-13-6;  the general customs of merchants;  the admiralty and maritime courts of the world and their seals;  the political makeup and history of this state and the federal government as well as the local divisions of this state;  the seals of the several departments of the government of the United States and of the several states of the union;  and all similar matters of legislative fact shall be judicially recognized without the introduction of proof.  Judicial notice of adjudicative facts shall be governed by Code Section 24-2-201.

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