Appeals — Non-final orders — Insurance — Homeowners — Water damage — Appraisal — Circuit court acting in its appellate capacity did not depart from essential requirements of law in dismissing for lack of jurisdiction an appeal of county court non-final order compelling appraisal and staying proceedings — No merit to contention that the county court order was a final order entitling opposing party to a direct appeal
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1929a
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