Worldwide Holding, LLC v. E. Lake Mead Boulevard Trust, 111519 NVSC, 76718
|Docket Nº:||76718, 77338|
|Party Name:||WORLDWIDE HOLDING, LLC, A NEVADA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; HEALTH CARE CENTER OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, INC., A NEVADA CORPORATION; A.S.F. SIDDIQUI, M.D., LTD., A NEVADA PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION; AND ABDUL SAMI F. SIDDIQUI, AN INDIVIDUAL, Appellants, v. E. LAKE MEAD BOULEVARD TRUST; AND CHEMICAL BANK, A MICHIGAN STATE-CHARTERED BANK, Respondents. WO...|
|Judge Panel:||Pickering, J., Parraguirre, J., Cadish, J. Mark R. Denton, District Judge Stephen E. Haberfeld, Settlement Judge|
|Case Date:||November 15, 2019|
|Court:||Supreme Court of Nevada|
ORDER DISMISSING APPEALS
Docket No. 76718 is an appeal from district court orders granting summary judgment and entering judgment. Docket No. 77338 is an appeal from an order awarding attorney fees and costs and an amended judgment. Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County; Mark R. Denton, Judge.
This court previously ordered appellants to show cause why these appeals should not be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. It appeared that the district court had not yet entered a final judgment appealable under NRAP 3A(b)(1) because respondent E. Lake Mead Boulevard Trust's counterclaims remained pending in the district court. See Lee v. GNLV Corp., 116 Nev. 424, 426, 996 P.2d 416, 417 (2000) (defining a final judgment). It further appeared that without a final judgment, the order awarding attorney fees and costs was not appealable as a special order after final judgment. See NRAP 3A(b)(8).
In response, appellants acknowledge that at least one claim remains pending in the district court- Accordingly, it appears that the district court has not yet entered a final judgment.1 In the absence of a final judgment, the orders challenged in Docket No. 77338 are not appealable as special orders after final judgment. And no other statute or court rule appears to authorize appeals from any of the challenged orders. See Brown v. MHC Stagecoach, LLC, 129 Nev. 343, 345, 301 P.3d 850, 851 (2013) (this court "may only consider appeals authorized by statute or...
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