SCARLETT TAYLOR CHANEL TAYLOR v. JOHN DOES 10 JANE DOES 10 ENTITIES 10

Reset A A Font size: Print

Intermediate Court of Appeals of Hawai‘i.

SCARLETT A. TAYLOR and CHANEL E. TAYLOR, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. ELISA M. OMEECHEVARRIA, Defendant-Appellee, JOHN DOES 1-10, JANE DOES 1-10 and ENTITIES 1-10, Defendants.

NO. CAAP-17-0000442

Decided: May 09, 2018

(By: Ginoza, Chief Judge, Leonard and Reifurth, JJ.)

ORDER DENYING MAY 4, 2018 “MOTION OBJECTION TO COURT'S FILED APRIL 25, 2018”

Upon review of (1) the March 8, 2018 order dismissing this appeal for lack of appellate jurisdiction, (2) the March 28, 2018 order denying Plaintiffs-Appellants Scarlett A. Taylor and Chanel E. Taylor's (the Taylors) March 22, 2018 motion for reconsideration of the March 8, 2018 order of dismissal pursuant to Rule 40 of the Hawai‘i Rules of Appellate Procedure (HRAP), (3) the April 25, 2018 order denying the Taylors' April 18, 2018 “MOTION OBJECTION DENYING ORDER FILED MARCH 28, 2018 THAT PLAINTIFFS RECEIVED ON APRIL 10,2018,” which we deemed to be a second and unauthorized HRAP Rule 40 motion for reconsideration of the March 8, 2018 order of dismissal, (4) the Taylors' most recent May 4, 2018 “MOTION OBJECTION TO COURT'S FILED APRIL 25, 2018,” which we deem to be a third and unauthorized HRAP Rule 40 motion for reconsideration of the March 8, 2018 order of dismissal and (5) the record, it appears that, although the title of the Taylors' May 4, 2018 motion refers to the April 25, 2018 order, the Taylors actually seek, for the third time, to invoke HRAP Rule 40 for reconsideration of the March 8, 2018 dismissal order that terminated this appeal two months ago. HRAP Rule 40 does not authorize multiple motions for reconsideration of an order of dismissal.

Therefore, the Taylors' May 4, 2018 HRAP Rule 40 motion for reconsideration of the March 8, 2018 order of dismissal is denied.