(1) Adjournments from day to day or from time to time are to be construed as recesses
in the session or term and shall not prevent the court from sitting at any time.
(2) In districts where two or more counties are united, court may be held, causes
tried with or without a jury, and business transacted in any and all of the counties
of the district continuously and simultaneously, with or without recesses, and without
regard to the beginning or ending of any of the terms in any of the counties of the
(3) The judge of such district may hold court in one county of such district, try
causes with or without a jury, and transact business, while at the same time court
may be held, causes tried with or without a jury, and business transacted in any other
county of such district by the same judge or by any other district judge of the state,
when requested or assigned thereto under any of the provisions of the statutes of
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