Worthy v. Paulding County Hospital Authority

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Worthyvs.Paulding County Hospital Authority
Number: 243 Ga. 851
Year: 1979
State: Georgia
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Worthy v. Paulding County Hospital Authority was a case before the Georgia Supreme Court in 1979 concerning open meetings laws.

Background

Worthy v. Paulding County Hospital Authority, 243 Ga. 851 (1979) (Nichols, C.J.): Suit challenging public hospital authority's decision, in executive session, to apply for an addition to its nursing home facilities. Plaintiff sought to invalidate the decision for failure to comply with the Open Meetings Act. The Court affirmed the decision of the trial court (Noland, J.) that such relief was unavailable as the suit had not been filed within 90 days of the decision as required by the Act.[1]


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  1. Synopsis of Georgia Open Meetings Act Cases