An unpublished order shall not be regarded as precedent and shall not be cited as legal authority. SCR 123.
ORDER GRANTING MOTION FOR REMAND AND DISMISSING APPEAL
The parties have filed a joint motion to dismiss this appeal and remand this matter to the district court pursuant to Huneycutt v. Huneycutt, 94 Nev. 79, 575 P.2d 585 (1978); see also Foster v. Dingwall, 126 Nev. 49, 228 P.3d 453 (2010). The motion is accompanied by an order of the district court certifying that upon remand it is inclined to "vacate its . . . Order denying [appellant's] motion for preliminary injunction" and "enter an order consistent with the recent SFR opinion, and continue litigation in light of that opinion."
Cause appearing, we grant the joint motion. Accordingly, we remand this matter to the district court pursuant to its certification, and we order this appeal dismissed. This dismissal is without prejudice to appellant's right to file a motion to reinstate this appeal should the district court decline to grant the relief requested. Any such motion to reinstate this appeal shall be filed within 60 days of the district court's order declining to grant the requested relief. The parties' joint motion for an extension of time to file the answering brief and their request to stay the briefing schedule are denied as moot.
It is so ORDERED.
cc: Hon. Stefany Miley, District Judge
Howard Kim & Associates
Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP/Las Vegas
Eighth District Court Clerk
We note that any aggrieved party may file a notice of appeal from any appealable order entered at the completion of the district court proceedings. See NRAP 3A.