Waikiki v. Ho’omaka Village Ass’n

Petitioner applied for certiorari review of the ICA's order dismissing her appeal from an unfavorable summary judgment order. The Supreme Court of Hawai'i vacated the dismissal order because all claims against all parties have been resolved and entry of a final appealable judgment was warranted. The court remanded with instructions to temporarily remand the case to the circuit court to enter an appealable final judgment, to direct the circuit court to supplement the record on appeal with the final judgment, and to then proceed to consider the appeal accordingly. View "Waikiki v. Ho'omaka Village Ass'n" on Justia Law