(1) If any court is abolished and a proceeding had in it is not transferred to another
court, the circuit court for the county where the court formerly existed shall have
jurisdiction over any further proceedings in the same manner as though the proceeding
had been originally pending in the circuit court.
(2) Additional proceedings in the circuit court shall be commenced by filing the appropriate
motion, pleading, or paper that would have been filed in the abolished court. The circuit court may require the custodian of the records of the abolished court
to make the records of any proceedings available to the circuit court. The clerk of the circuit court shall charge no additional filing fee for proceedings
under this section.
(3) This section shall apply to all courts that have heretofore been abolished and
to all courts that may hereafter be abolished under the circumstances prescribed in
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