*** NOT FOR PUBLICATION *** NO. 25479 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF HAWAI#I JANRA ENTERPRISES, INC., dba Suzie’s Adult Superstore, Plaintiff-Appellant vs. CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, Defendant-Appellee APPEAL FROM THE FIRST CIRCUIT COURT (CIVIL NO. 99-3645) ORDER DISMISSING APPEAL (By: Moon, C.J., Levinson, Nakayama and Acoba, JJ. and Circuit Judge Amano, assigned by reason of vacancy) Upon review of the record, it appears the Honorable Gary W.B. Chang’s October 25, 2002 judgment in Civil No. 99-3645 does not satisfy the requirements of Rule 58 of the Hawai#i Rules of Civil Procedure (HRCP). Although Plaintiff-Appellant Janra
Enterprises, Inc., asserted two distinct causes of action in its September 29, 1999 complaint, the October 25, 2002 judgment does not specifically identify the claims for which it is entered. Jenkins v. Cades Schutte Fleming & Wright, 76 Hawai#i 115, 119, 869 P.2d 1334, 1338 (1994) (“[I]f a judgment purports to be the final judgment in a case involving multiple claims or multiple parties, the judgment . . . must . . . identify the claims for which it is entered, and . . . dismiss any claims not specifically identified[.]”). Therefore, this appeal is Accordingly,
premature and we lack jurisdiction.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this appeal is dismissed for lack of appellate jurisdiction. DATED: Honolulu, Hawai#i, March 17, 2003.