APPEALS: PRESERVATION: APPELLANT FAILED TO PRESERVE ISSUE FOR APPEAL BECAUSE IT OBJECTED ON DIFFERENT BASIS IN TRIAL COURT: JURISDICTION: APPELLATE COURT MAY REVIEW ANY MATTER THAT OCCURRED BEFORE NOTICE OF APPEAL WAS FILED: NOTICE OF APPEAL OF FINAL JUDGMENT DOES NOT CREATE JURISDICTION TO REVIEW ORDERS ENTERED AFTER FINAL JUDGMENT

Kelly v. Snietka, ___ So. 3d ___, 40 Fla. L. Weekly D381 (Fla. 4th DCA February 11, 2015)

The appellate court refused to consider this appeal on the merits because the appellant objected on different grounds in the trial court. With regard to its jurisdiction, the court explained, under Fla. R. App. P. 9.110(h), an appellate court “may review any ruling or matter occurring before filing of the notice. . . . [A] notice of appeal of a final judgment does not bring to the appellate court orders entered after the final judgment unless those orders are also specifically appealed.”

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