Insurance — Homeowners — Appraisal — Dismissal — Appeals — Non-final orders — Trial court erred in dismissing with prejudice insurer’s counterclaim for specific performance, in which insurer sought to enforce provisions of policy for appraisal and repair after loss, based on a failure to state a cause of action — While it may be more traditional for an insurer to move to compel appraisal to seek enforcement of policy provisions, this does not preclude an insurer from filing a counterclaim alleging that insurer is entitled to enforce provisions of insurance policy through specific performance — No error in dismissing portion of counterclaim seeking temporary injunction as counterclaim on its face did not allege irreparable harm
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2035a
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