(a) A purchase money resulting trust is a resulting trust implied for the benefit
of the person paying consideration for the transfer to another person of legal title
to real or personal property.
(b) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this Code section, the payment of consideration
as provided in subsection (a) of this Code section shall create a presumption in favor
of a resulting trust, but such presumption shall be rebuttable by a preponderance
of the evidence.
(c) If the payor of consideration and transferee of the property as provided in subsection
(a) of this Code section are husband and wife, parent and child, or siblings, a gift
shall be presumed, but such presumption shall be rebuttable by clear and convincing
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