(1) The regular terms of the circuit court in the several districts of the state shall be held at times designated by order of the presiding circuit judge of the court. The order shall be made and entered of record each year, and may be amended by making and entering of record further orders.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) of this section, in districts which are comprised of more than one county, the court shall designate sufficient regular terms in each county within the district to conduct those matters which arise from that county. In no event shall there be less than two terms per year in each such county. [Formerly 4.105]Section: Previous 3.210 3.220 3.225 3.227 3.229 3.230 3.232 3.235 3.238 3.240 3.250 3.255 3.260 3.265 3.270 Next
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