§51-3-10. Opening after day fixed.
Though court be not held on the first day of a term, it may
nevertheless be opened on any subsequent day; provided, in the case
of any court of record for any county, the same be done before four
o'clock in the afternoon of the third day. If, after a court is
opened, it fails to sit on any day, it may nevertheless sit on any
subsequent day of the term: Provided,
That in the case of any
court of record for any county, there be not more than thirty
consecutive days of such failure.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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