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Georgia Code Title 43. Professions and Businesses § 43-4A-9

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The Secretary of State may issue a temporary certificate of registration while an application for registration or renewal of registration is pending, upon receipt by the Secretary of State of a completed application for registration, surety bond, and fee and after approval by the Secretary of State.  The Secretary of State may in his or her discretion issue a temporary registration to the applicant, which registration shall have the same force and effect as a permanent registration for such period of time prescribed by the Secretary of State, after which the temporary registration shall become void.  A temporary registration may be voided by the Secretary of State at any time.

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