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The Magistrate Court of DeKalb County, Georgia

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Decatur, GA 30030-3356
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Dispossessory Warrant: I received the warrant and tried to pay my rent. Why won't the landlord take my rent?

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The landlord may not take your rent because doing so jeopardizes their chance of having a judge issue a writ of possession. The judge is likely to dismiss the landlord’s case and they would have to file a new dispossessory warrant.

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