IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
FIRST DISTRICT, STATE OF FLORIDA
ROBERT DUNN, An Interested
NOT FINAL UNTIL TIME EXPIRES TO
FILE MOTION FOR REHEARING AND
DISPOSITION THEREOF IF FILED
CASE NO. 1D02-4747
DARRELL DUNN, Former
Personal Representative of the
Estate of Dorothy Weaver, and
MONA LISA KEAN,
Opinion filed February 21, 2003.
An appeal from the Circuit Court for Leon County.
Jonathan E. Sjostrom, Judge.
Appellant, pro se.
Appellee Darrell Dunn, pro se; Clare A. Duchemin, Tallahassee, and Mike Carter,
Crawfordville, for Appellee Mona Lisa Kean.
Having considered the appellant’s response to this Court’s order, dated January
2, 2003, we dismiss this appeal for lack of jurisdiction. The appellant brought a
motion for summary judgment before the trial court, which apparently never entered
a written order denying the motion. Then the appellant brought a motion entitled
Motion by Robert Dunn for the Court to Provide Him with a Copy of the Filed Signed
Written Judgment or Order on His “Motion for Summary Judgment Against
Respondent Mona Lisa Kean for Failure to Provide Notice.” The trial court denied
this motion in an order entered October 22, 2002. The motion for a copy was in fact
a motion to compel the trial court to enter an order on the motion for summary
judgment. As such, the order denying the motion for a copy is neither a final order nor
a nonfinal order appealable pursuant to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure,
9.130(a)(4), (5) (2002).
ALLEN, CJ., BENTON and HAWKES, JJ., CONCUR.