Pentz v. Romine
In Pentz v. Romine, 62 Ark. App. 12, 966 S.W.2d 934 (1998), the Court dismissed a case for mootness when the property involved in the lawsuit was sold at a foreclosure sale.
Appellants had filed a complaint for specific performance of a real estate contract. However, by the time the case was heard on appeal, the property had been foreclosed upon.
The Court held that the foreclosure rendered specific performance impossible and thus dismissed the case as moot.