After the parties shall have had an opportunity to be heard, any circuit court may,
upon satisfactory proof that a fair and impartial trial cannot be had in any civil
case pending in the court, or, in its discretion, upon satisfactory proof that it
would be more fair and equitable to the parties thereto if any civil case pending
in the court were heard in another jurisdiction, change the venue to some other circuit
and order the record to be transferred thereto; provided that any circuit court may,
in its discretion, upon the consent of all the parties to any civil case pending in
the court, change the venue to some other circuit court and order the record to be
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