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Any one or more persons purchasing guano, meats, meal, flour, bran, cottonseed, or cottonseed meal and hulls in carload lots shall be entitled, upon delivery of the car and the surrender of the bill of lading, to apportion the shipment or shipments between or among themselves without the payment of a special tax or license fee to any municipality as dealers or distributors of the goods or merchandise when:
(1) The bill of lading for the shipment is taken in the name of an individual;
(2) The freight is paid pro rata by the owners of the goods or merchandise; and
(3) The goods or merchandise is being procured for the individual use of the purchasers and not for sale by them.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 48. Revenue and Taxation § 48-5-355 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-48-revenue-and-taxation/ga-code-sect-48-5-355/
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