This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Georgia according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Georgia, landlords can use an eviction notice when tenants do not pay their rent on time or for violating the lease or rental agreement. A Georgia eviction notice should include a pay by date if rent wasn't paid or a request to correct the lease violations by a certain date. It should also include a date that the tenant should be off of the property in question. Although it is not a legal requirement to give an eviction notice in writing in the State of Georgia, it's a good practice because a landlord is able to use a copy of the written document as proof in court, if needed.