Section 1907.01 | County court.
There is hereby created in each county of the state, in which the territorial jurisdiction of a municipal court or municipal courts is not coextensive with the boundaries of the county, a court to be known as the county court. The county court shall have jurisdiction throughout a county court district that shall consist of all territory within the county not subject to the territorial jurisdiction of any municipal court.
County courts are courts of record for all purposes of law.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 17, 1987 – House Bill 158, 116th General Assembly [ View March 17, 1987 Version ]