Bouck v. StuckAnnotate this Case
IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS
John Bouck dba Willowind RV
Plaintiff and Appellee,
Defendant and Appellant.
(Not For Official Publication)
Case No. 20010346-CA
F I L E D
(December 6, 2001)
2001 UT App 380
Fifth District, St. George Department
The Honorable James L. Shumate
Lila Stuck, Hurricane, Appellant Pro Se
Christopher W. Edwards, Hurricane, for Appellee
Before Judges Greenwood, Jackson, and Davis.
Appellant Lila Stuck appeals a judgment for unlawful detainer. This case is before the court on a sua sponte motion for summary affirmance "on the basis that the grounds for review are so insubstantial as not to merit further proceedings or consideration by the appellate court." See Utah R. App. P. 10(a)(2).
At the time of trial, the trial court struck the appellant's answer and entered her default. The answer was properly stricken under Rule 12(f) of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure as containing "redundant, immaterial, impertinent, or scandalous matter." Based upon our review of the entire trial court record, and our consideration of the response filed by appellant, we conclude that appellant has not demonstrated any alleged error or other issue that would support reversal of the judgment. Accordingly, appellant has not demonstrated that the appeal raises any substantial issue that would merit further consideration.
We grant the motion for summary disposition and summarily affirm the judgment.
Pamela T. Greenwood, Presiding Judge
Norman H. Jackson, Associate Presiding Judge
James Z. Davis, Judge