No, there is not a cooling off period allowed in Georgia landlord tenant law which would enable you to change your mind after signing a lease. If you decide not to move into the unit after signing the lease the landlord may impose early termination penalties against you. You should read your lease carefully and thoroughly inspect the unit before signing the lease.
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