FSM SUPREME COURT APPELLATE DIVISION

Cite as Damarlane v. Pohnpei Legislature, 15 FSM Intrm. 529 (App. 2008)

[15 FSM Intrm. 529]

KADALINO DAMARLANE,

Appellant,

vs.

POHNPEI LEGISLATURE,

Appellee.

APPEAL CASE NO. P5-2000

ORDER

Decided:  March 3, 2008

BEFORE:

Hon. Martin G. Yinug, Associate Justice, FSM Supreme Court

Hon. Dennis K. Yamase, Associate Justice, FSM Supreme Court

Hon. Ready E. Johnny, Associate Justice, FSM Supreme Court
 

APPEARANCE:

For the Appellant:  Mary Berman, Esq.

                               P.O. Box 163

                               Kolonia, Pohnpei FM 96941

 

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HEADNOTE

Appellate Review ) Rehearing

      A summary denial of a petition for rehearing is proper when the appellate court has carefully considered all of the appellantís arguments and has neither overlooked nor misapprehended any points of law or fact. Damarlane v. Pohnpei Legislature, 15 FSM Intrm. 529, 529 (App. 2008).

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COURTíS OPINION

PER CURIAM:

      The appellant filed a petition for rehearing on October 1, 2007. We deny the petition. We have carefully considered all of the appellantís arguments and have neither overlooked nor misapprehended any points of law or fact. See FSM App. R. 40(a). A summary denial is therefore proper.

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