In Colony Insurance Co. v. Alabama Heat Exchangers, Inc., No. 2071037, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals held that a settlement agreement between two of the parties which resolved the coverage issues which had existed in the case mooted the appeal.
The probate court did not enter a “final judgment” by holding that a request for litigation costs was moot. The circuit court erred, therefore, by faulting the defendants for not appealing from that holding or seeking a writ of mandamus to correct it. LaConsay v. Langley, No. 2070999 (Ala. Civ. App. Jan. 23, 2009).