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By "RS," I assume you mean what is Georgia law on engagement rings upon cancellation of marriage. Georgia's statutory code does not deal with this issue. However, Georgia's case law doctrine states that engagement rings are conditional gifts, which means that they are not "final" until/unless marriage takes place. As such, until/unless marriage occurs, the ring goes back to the giver in what is known as a trover action. See GA § 44-12-171.
However, this is not written in stone. Many courts in GA will also consider fault. This means is the groom had an affair and this is why the marriage was broken off, then the court may let the female hold on to the ring anyhow, out of equity.
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