2011 Florida Statutes
35.11 Special terms.—The district court in each district may hold special terms at such times and places as may be deemed necessary for the public interest, provided that each district court of appeal shall hold at least one special term every year in each judicial circuit wherein there is ready business to be transacted. Each district court of appeal shall have the power to hear and decide at any regular or special term, causes arising anywhere within the district.
History.—s. 1, ch. 57-248.