2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 10 - COMMERCE AND TRADE
CHAPTER 1 - SELLING AND OTHER TRADE PRACTICES
ARTICLE 22 - MOTOR VEHICLE FRANCHISE PRACTICES
PART 2 - MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER'S DAY IN COURT
§ 10-1-631 - Practices violative of existing law
. Practices violative of existing law
(a) It is declared to be violative of the existing law of the State of Georgia for any franchisor:
(1) To fail to act in good faith with any dealer in connection with the sale, transfer, termination, or succession of a franchise or in connection with the operation of a dealer's business pursuant to a franchise or to fail to act in good faith in any of its business transactions with a dealer; or
(2) To utilize a boycott, refusal to deal, threat of refusal to deal, coercion, threat of punitive action, withholding of benefits, or other unconscionable business practices in any of its business transactions with a dealer.
(b) Without limitation as to other actions which may violate this Code section, it shall be evidence of a violation of this Code section if a franchisor commits any action which would be a violation of any part of Part 1 of this article, the "Georgia Motor Vehicle Franchise Practices Act."
Graham Syfert - Jacksonville Lawyer