§58-4-15. Time and manner of hearing.
The order of priority of hearing causes pending in circuit courts upon an appeal, writ of error or supersedeas from courts of limited jurisdiction shall be such as the supreme court of appeals shall prescribe under the provisions of section nineteen, article five of this chapter for causes pending in the supreme court of appeals. Any cause so pending in a circuit court, unless for good cause shown a continuance of the hearing to a future term of the court be granted, may be heard at the next term of court after the appeal, writ of error or supersedeas is granted: Provided, That no cause shall be heard until all proper process has been served as provided in section eleven of this article, and all proper bonds have been taken as provided in section thirteen of this article. The manner of hearing shall be such as the circuit court shall prescribe.