JUDICIAL-ECONOMY EXCEPTION

JUDICIAL-ECONOMY EXCEPTION

judicial-economy exception. An exemption from the final-judgment rule, by which a party may seek immediate appellate review of a nonfinal order if doing so might establish a final or nearly final disposition of the entire suit. See FINAL-JUDGMENT RULE. [Cases: Appeal and Error 68; Federal Courts 572. C.J.S. Appeal and Error ¡ì¡ì 82¨C84.]
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