Section 26.21, Florida Statutes 2009
26.21 Terms of circuit courts.--At least two regular terms of the circuit court shall be held in each county each year, as hereinafter provided, also such special term or terms that may be necessary from time to time. Regular and special terms of court may be held and be in session, in the same or different counties of any circuit, simultaneously; provided, that separate minutes of each term, whether regular or special, shall be kept by the clerk. The time for holding the terms of the circuit court in the several judicial circuits shall be as set forth in ss. 26.22-26.365.
History.--s. 1, ch. 1561, 1866; RS 1373; s. 1, ch. 5121, 1903; GS 1805, 1813; s. 1, ch. 6173, 1911; RGS 3041, 3056; CGL 4808, 4837; ss. 4, 4A, ch. 17085, 1935; s. 7, ch. 69-220.