Folks in Florida — or Nebraska or anywhere else in the world — had better watch out when they put items up for sale on the Internet. If a Georgia customer has a problem, the sellers might find themselves in a Georgia court, according to a recent state Court of Appeals decision.

A three-judge panel on May 23 ruled that a Georgia court has jurisdiction over a Florida company that sells cars and planes, even though the company has no agents, offices or property in Georgia.

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