Are Interlocutory Orders Appealable In Texas ?

Generally, appeals may be taken only from final orders or judgments. See Jack B. Anglin Co. v. Tipps, 842 S.W.2d 266, 272 (Tex. 1992). Interlocutory orders may be appealed only if permitted by statute. Id. Although Judge Sandel's order dismisses the condemnation proceedings, it also directs that the matter proceed to trial on remaining issues. We do not believe that the order is an appealable temporary injunction or order dissolving a temporary injunction. Nor is it one which disposes of all parties and issues, so as to be final. See id. Section 51.014(a)(4) of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code. TEX. CIV. PRAC. & REM. CODE ANN. 51.014(a)(4) (Vernon Supp. 1999). Section 51.014(a)(4) states: A person may appeal from an interlocutory order of a district court, county court at law, or county court that: (4) grants or refuses a temporary injunction or grants or overrules a motion to dissolve a temporary injunction as provided by Chapter 65; . . . .Chapter 65 deals solely with injunctions. TEX. CIV. PRAC. & REM. CODE ANN. 65.001-.045 (Vernon 1997).