Waynesville, NC asked in Patents (Intellectual Property) for Georgia

Q: Hi I need to know how to get in court on a 16-13-49 ocga I need the paper to file to get in court over my truck

Georgia state has got a hold on my truck which my son borrowed from me

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Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn
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  • Chapel Hill, NC

A: So sorry Justia needs to fix their topics as they should say Patent/Inventions rather than Patents. Patents with a "t" looks a whole lot like Parents with an "r". Your question came to me as a patent/invention lawyer.

I am not sure why the state of Georgia has your truck but you may want to ping someone that knows Georgia Government and Administrative law.

I hope this helps.

Kevin E Flynn

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