All filing fees (including service fees) must be paid when the application is filed with the Probate Court. The Probate Court accepts credit cards (a $2.50 service fee charged on all credit card transactions), cash, money orders or personal cheques made payable to the Probate Court. Personal cheques are not accepted for firearms transport permits or marriage permit fees. Article 148A of the Code of Civil Procedure of 1908 provides for the right to grant a reservation to any person interested in particular judicial proceedings relating to a particular subject-matter, which must be brought before a court. The Caveator must then notify this reservation to those who may be able to initiate such legal proceedings. Therefore, after the submission of a reservation and the service of a notice on the parties concerned, an application, appeal or proceedings before the court cannot continue without the person entitled to the reservation being present in person or through a lawyer. The law also stipulates that copies of submitted documents must be provided to the Caveator along with the request to the court. This ensures that no injunction is issued without hearing the Caveator`s pleadings. The intention of the legislator behind Article 148A of the CPC is to allow the parties to be heard in due form by the court. This right ensures that no unilateral injunction is issued by the court, while setting out why an injunction should not be issued and the proceedings should not be allowed. The provision therefore imposes an obligation on the court to hear the Caveator before an injunction is granted. *Please note that this information is provided for your convenience only and is not an exhaustive list of registration fees. This information has been provided to help you calculate the required registration fee.
The fees of the probate court are fixed by law. O.C.G.A. § 15-9-60; 15-23-7 (adro fees), 15-9-60.1 (children`s trust fund fees), 15-21A-6 (indigent defense costs) and 36-15-9 (law library fees), as well as any other amount required by law that must be charged as additions or supplements to court costs, are in addition to the following amounts. See Articles 15-9-60(b) and 15-21A-6 of the Code. The admission of a trial, application, appeal, etc. is a matter between the plaintiff, the plaintiff, the plaintiff and the court. But the reserve motion provides that no order concerning the caveator will be issued without giving him the opportunity to be heard. In the event that a reservation is made, it then becomes a condition precedent for any preliminary injunction of the court concerning the person entitled to the reservation. A reservation is a notice to the court or a public official requiring that no action be taken in a particular case without hearing the party making the reservation request. Please add an admission fee of $2.00 per page for each page of the petition and attachments to it.
A reservation remains in effect for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of filing. Please note that virtually all documents filed with the Pro estate court will incur a record keeping fee of $2.00/page. These fees are in addition to the basic filing fee listed below: A reservation signed by the Caveator must be presented to the authorized judicial officer accompanied by the Vakalatnama /designated attorney for any proceedings representing the Caveator. A reservation may be made to the court of the court of origin, the Court of Appeal, the High Courts and the Supreme Court. The rules and format of the reserve are almost similar for most courts. The basic information to be provided in the reservation is the name and address of the caveator, the name and address of the possible applicant/applicant/complainant, the type of legal proceedings to be initiated in the future, the subject matter of the proceedings, brief details of the previous procedure, if any, on the basis of which the present proceedings are to be initiated, etc.. .