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Real Property: Quiet Title-Finality of Judgments

Where appellant challenged a judgment in favor of a city on his petition for quiet title, ejectment, trespass, inverse condemnation and nuisance, the appellant’s petition brought the appeal against the city, three additional named parties and unknown “Doe” parties, and the record showed that the court’s piecemeal orders and purported final judgment did not resolve the claim because the court failed to establish the rights of the “Doe” defendants, so the judgment was not final for purposes of appeal.

Appeal is dismissed.

Randolph v. City of Kansas City (MLW No. 74925/Case No. WD82748 – 4 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Hardwick, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Jackson County, McKenzie, J. (Douglas J. Patterson, Leawood, Kansas, for appellant) (George S. Diegel, Kansas City, Missouri, for respondent).