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2013 Florida Statutes

F.S. 28.15
28.15 Records from superior courts.The files, rolls and books of record of the superior courts of the several districts of the Territory of Florida remaining in the clerk’s offices of the respective counties, so far as the same, by the concurrence of the Congress and the Legislature of this state, may relate to matters of appropriate state authority and jurisdiction, are placed in the custody and under the control of the circuit courts of this state in the respective counties thereof, where the said superior courts were held and the records kept, and shall be deemed, held and taken to be files, rolls and records of the said circuit courts; and the said circuit courts may lawfully have and exercise such judicial cognizance and power over them as the said courts may lawfully have and exercise over their own files, rolls and records.
History.s. 2, ch. 520, 1853; RS 1403; GS 1854; RGS 3099; CGL 4883.