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In the situation that there is an entry of an order or judgment on a final issue, that would be 30 days. If the case is ongoing, and you would be appealing some decision of the court (such as a determination of statute of limitations
, etc...) that could be an interlocutory appeal and would require filing a notice of appeal within 10 days of that decision. But most appeals occur after the case is completed and a judgment or final order is signed, and in that instance, a "notice of appeal" would have to be filed within 30 days of that judgment or order.
Here's the law: http://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2010/title
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