Atlanta Hanggliders Ultralights, Inc.
v.
Rountree

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Court of Appeals of GeorgiaJan 31, 1984
169 Ga. App. 647 (Ga. Ct. App. 1984)
169 Ga. App. 647314 S.E.2d 679

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  • holding that an "order of the trial court denying motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction . . . is an interlocutory order which is not appealable without a certificate of immediate review"

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DECIDED JANUARY 31, 1984.

Action for damages. DeKalb Superior Court. Before Judge Hames, Senior Judge.

Roy C. Roberts, for appellants.

James N. Butterworth, for appellees.


Atlanta Hanggliders and Ultralights, Inc. and Pterodactyl, Ltd. appeal from an order of the trial court denying their motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction. The trial court's order is an interlocutory order which is not appealable without a certificate of immediate review. OCGA § 5-6-34 (b) (Code Ann. § 6-701); Davis v. Davis, 242 Ga. 322 ( 249 S.E.2d 90) (1978). Therefore, appellant's appeal must be dismissed.

Appeal dismissed. Quillian, P. J., and Pope, J., concur.

DECIDED JANUARY 31, 1984.