ESQUIVEL v. RANEY

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District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 3, California.

ESQUIVEL et al. v. RANEY.

Civ. 18200.

Decided: August 17, 1951

Orloff & Pollack and Ruthe Jacobson, Los Angeles, for appellants. Ralph N. Highsmith, Henry E. Kappler, Los Angeles, for respondent.

Plaintiffs appealed from an order setting aside the entry of the default of defendant Rupert B. Raney. No judgment has been entered in the action.

Section 963 of the Code of Civil Procedure enumerates the various orders from which appeals may be taken. An order setting aside a default before judgment is entered is not one of the orders enumerated. It is therefore not appealable. See cases cited in 5 West's Cal.Dig. (1951), Appeal and Error, k113(3), page 152.

Appeal dismissed.

VALĹVALLEE, Justice.

SHINN, P. J., and WOOD, J., concur.