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Missouri & The Final Judgment Rule. Missouri A Different Way to Skin the Finality Cat. Missouri interprets finality strictly Decision must resolve all claims Among all parties Rare exceptions for “implicit finality.” Looks like MO is less flexible But.

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Missouri &

The Final Judgment Rule

missouri a different way to skin the finality cat
MissouriA Different Way to Skin the Finality Cat
  • Missouri interprets finality strictly
    • Decision must resolve all claims
    • Among all parties
    • Rare exceptions for “implicit finality.”
  • Looks like MO is less flexible
  • But . . . .
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Missouri uses extraordinary writs (mandamus & prohibition) much more freely, e.g., to review

    • discovery disputes
    • venue transfers
    • Denials of dismissals for
      • lack of pj
      • Lack of smj
      • Denials of jury trial
missouri s bright line rule on form
Missouri’s Bright Line Rule on Form

Must use 1 of these exact words

Judgment or Decree

[Body of the judgment]

In Writing

Judge Must Sign

Judge Jane Smith

Must be filed

Filed

6/27/02