SCOTT
v.
HAMILTON ISD

Court of Appeals of Texas, Tenth District, WacoSep 20, 2006
No. 10-06-00121-CV (Tex. App. Sep. 20, 2006)

No. 10-06-00121-CV

Opinion delivered and filed September 20, 2006.

Appeal from the 220th District Court, Hamilton County, Texas, Trial Court No. TX02711.

Appeal dismissed.

Before Cheif Justice GRAY, Justice VANCE, and, Justice REYNA.


MEMORANDUM OPINION


Hank Scott appeals from an adverse judgment in a suit for delinquent ad valorem taxes. Appellees have filed a motion to dismiss the appeal for want of jurisdiction. They contend the appeal is now moot because the delinquent taxes have been paid and the judgment satisfied. See BMG Direct Mktg., Inc. v. Peake, 178 S.W.3d 763, 770-71 (Tex. 2005).

The Clerk of this Court notified the parties that the appeal appears to be moot and would be dismissed for want of jurisdiction if a response showing grounds for continuing the appeal was not filed within twenty-one days. No response has been filed. Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed for want of jurisdiction. See TEX. R. APP. P. 42.3(a).