Legal Issue Appeal Foreclosure case: I have an appeal pending in the appellate court. I filed a posttrial motion to rehear, directed verdicted and vacate judgment.
When the post-judgment motion was denied I then filed a notice of appeal. The postrial motion attacks the judgement rendered in the case. I have put in two extension to file brief which was granted. The problem is the final order for confirmation of sale was granted. Do I have to withdraw the posttrial appeal, if so, will my issues be preserved and can they be revisited when I appeal the final order. State Illinois
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