NOT FOR PUBLICATION IN WEST'S HAWAI‘I REPORTS AND PACIFIC REPORTER
THE INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEALS
OF THE STATE OF HAWAI‘I
Upon consideration of the Stipulation of Dismissal of Appeal and Order and the records and files herein, it appears that (1) the parties to this appeal agree that the issues on appeal have become moot; and (2) the parties agree to the dismissal of the appeal filed by Non-Party Lien-Holder/Appellant Hawaii Medical Services Association. Therefore,IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the stipulation to dismiss the appeal is granted, and this appeal is dismissed. Each party shall bear its own attorney's fees and costs. This court makes no other finding or mandate. See Hawaii Rules of Appellate Procedure Rule 42(b) (1) .
1. Rule 42. DISMISSAL.
Dismissal in the appellate courts. If the parties to a docketed appeal
or other proceeding sign and file a stipulation for
dismissal, specifying the terms as to payment of costs, and pay
whatever fees are due, the case shall be dismissed upon
approval by the appellate court, but no mandate or other process shall
issue without an order of the court. Upon motion and
notice, the appellate court may dismiss the appeal upon terms fixed by
the appellate court.