CHRISTOPHER CARROLL v. JOHN DOES 10 JANE DOES 10 DOE CORPORATIONS 10 DOE PARTNERSHIPS 10 GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES 10 ROE NON PROFIT CORPORATIONS AND OR OTHER ENTITIES 10

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Intermediate Court of Appeals of Hawai‘i.

CHRISTOPHER F. CARROLL, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Paula Jane Carroll, Duke-Patrick F. Carroll, Christopher F. Carroll, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. LARRY FLOYD CAMIT; PEARL HIGA; DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, ADULT PROTECTION SECTION, STATE OF HAWAI‘I, Defendants-Appellants, CINDY FOLTZ, B.C.P. INC., dba Nursefinders of Hawaii, Defendants-Appellees, JOHN DOES 1-10; JANE DOES 1-10; DOE CORPORATIONS 1-10; DOE PARTNERSHIPS 1-10; GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES 1-10, ROE NON-PROFIT CORPORATIONS AND/OR OTHER ENTITIES 1-10, Defendants

NOS. CAAP-16-0000607

    Decided: June 30, 2017

(By: Fujise, Presiding Judge, Leonard and Reifurth, JJ.)

STIPULATION FOR DISMISSAL OF APPEAL WITH PREJUDICE

Upon consideration of the Stipulation for Dismissal of Appeal With Prejudice and for Remand to Second Circuit Court for Filing of Satisfaction of Judgment, filed June 27, 2017, by Defendants-Appellants Larry Floyd Camit, Pearl Higa and State of Hawaii, Department of Human Services, the papers in support, and the record, it appears that (1) the appeal has not been docketed; (2) pursuant to Hawai‘i Rules of Appellate Procedure (HRAP) Rule 42(b), the parties stipulate to dismiss the appeal with prejudice, remand the case to the circuit court to file a satisfaction of judgment, and to bear their own attorneys' fees and costs; (3) the stipulation is dated and signed by counsel for all parties appearing in the appeal; and (4) because the appeal has not been docketed, dismissal is authorized by HRAP Rule 42(a).

Therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the stipulation to dismiss the appeal is approved in part,1 and the appeal is dismissed with prejudice. The parties shall bear their own attorneys' fees and costs.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all pending motions are dismissed.

FOOTNOTES

1.   The parties request that we remand the case to the circuit court for entry of a satisfaction of judgment. However, upon dismissal of this appeal, the parties may file such a request directly with the circuit court.

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