Georgia Code Title 53. Wills, Trusts, and Administration of Estates § 53-5-31

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A foreign will or an out-of-state will may be admitted to original common or solemn form probate under the rules governing probate of wills of testators who die domiciled in this state upon proof that the will is valid under the laws of this state and that it has not been offered for probate or establishment in the domiciliary jurisdiction or that it has been offered for probate but either no timely caveat or similar objection was filed in the domiciliary jurisdiction or the grounds of a pending caveat or similar objection are not such as would, if proved, cause the denial of probate.

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