Lyndon Southern Insurance Co. v. W. Parnell, LLC
The Court found that the policy provided that a judge could appoint an umpire for an appraisal without either party filing suit and since neither party filed a lawsuit before the court appointed the umpire, there was no final judgment or appealable order and therefore, the appellate court did not have jurisdiction.
commercial property insurance, appraisal, umpire, appealable order, final judgment, jurisdiction, subject matter,
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