Columbus officials are hoping a new Georgia law that went into effect July 1 will help curb the number of evictions in the city... New law helps protect renters from retaliatory evictions

Columbus officials are hoping a new Georgia law that went into effect July 1 will help curb the number of evictions in the city caused by unresolved repair issues. The law, created by the adoption of House Bill 346, means that tenants who seek repairs to their housing can be legally protected from retaliation by their landlords, including rent hikes and eviction.

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