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(a) Any employee who gives any bond or undertaking pursuant to Code Section 46-9-8 shall, upon the breach of any of the conditions thereof by the other party thereto, have the power to cancel the same by giving the surety thereon and the common carrier for whose benefit the same has been given at least ten days' notice in writing, setting out in full the reasons for canceling same. Any such notice to a company, corporation, or association may be served by leaving the same with any person on whom service of legal process upon such company, corporation, or association may be had.
(b) Any surety on any such bond or undertaking shall, upon the breach of any of the conditions thereof by the employee for whom the bond or undertaking was made, have power to cancel the same by giving such employee at least ten days' notice in writing, setting out in full the reasons for canceling same, the notice to be signed by an agent or manager of such surety, provided that nothing in this Code section shall affect any right of action accruing to any person upon the breach of the contract.
(c) Any person who violates this Code section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 46. Public Utilities and Public Transportation § 46-9-9 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-46-public-utilities-and-public-transportation/ga-code-sect-46-9-9/
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