§56-6-2. Chancery docket.
Before every term of a circuit court, or any other court
exercising jurisdiction in the hearing of suits in chancery, the
clerk shall make out a separate docket of chancery cases in which
there are motions, and of other chancery cases which have been set
for hearing as to any party, or which the court is to hear upon a
plea or demurrer; and during such term every cause on such docket
shall be called and disposed of.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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