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Georgia InfoBase

The Georgia Real Estate Commission has published a reference manual that covers nearly every important aspect of Georgia real estate law. The Real Estate InfoBase is an invaluable resource for your test preparation.

Note: Chapters 55 through 58 are absolutely essential for anyone taking the Community Association Management pre-license course and test.

Georgia License Law

The Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A) is the statutory source of Georgia State License law. This link will take you to Lexis-Nexus and your searchable copy of Georgia statutes. O.C.G.A. Title 43 Chapter 40 covers licensure, and practice of real estate.

Georgia Rules and Regulations

The Georgia Real Estate Commission has promulgated Rules and Regulations as authorized by Georgia statutes regarding the conduct of real estate brokerage, property management, and community association management practices that all licensees are to be intimately familiar with. Rule 520-1 applies to real estate brokerage activities.

Download a pdf of Georgia Rules and Regulations.

Other Related Laws

There are other related O.C.G.A. statutes that cover particular areas of the practice of real estate brokerage

  • (Note: these links will take you to, contracted by the State of Georgia to publish Georgia statutes and rules).

Other Related Laws

Title 10 Chapter 6ABrokerage Relationships in Real Estate Transactions Act
Title 16 Chapter 13 Section 110Definitions
Title 16 Chapter 13 Section 111Notification of conviction of licensed individual to licensing authority; reinstatement of license; imposition of more stringent sanctions
Title 16 Chapter 13 Section 112Applicability of administrative procedures
Title 16 Chapter 13 Section 113Article as supplement to power of licensing authority
Title 16 Chapter 13 Section 114Period of applicability of article
Title 43 Chapter 6 Section 9License requirement for auctioneers and apprentice auctioneers; restrictions as to sales of real property
Title 44 Chapter 1 Section 16Failure to disclose in real estate transaction that property was occupied by diseased person or was site of homicide
Title 48 Chapter 13 Section 17(Effective January 1, 1995) Levy of license, occupation, or professional tax by counties and municipalities upon real estate brokers