In a civil action in which a person over the age of 65 is a party, such party may move the court to advance the trial on the docket. The presiding judge, after consideration of the age and health of the party, may advance the trial on the docket. The motion may be filed and served with the initial complaint or at any time thereafter.
History.–s. 1, ch. 91-251; s. 115, ch. 95-418. Note.–Former s. 415.114.
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