IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
BRYAN A. GRAYDON,
vs. Appeal No. 06-0015AP-88B
Small Claims Division
Bryan A. Graydon, pro se
Judith Promo, pro se
ORDER AND OPINION
THIS CAUSE came before the Court on appeal, filed by Bryan A. Graydon (Graydon), from the Final Judgment for Defendant, entered March 16, 2005. Upon review of the briefs, the record and being otherwise fully advised, the Court affirms the trial court’s ruling as set forth below.
The record shows that on September 27, 2001, Graydon filed a Statement of Claim in Small Claims Court against Judith Promo (Promo) seeking damages for unpaid labor pursuant to an oral contract entered into between the parties. Graydon alleged that Promo owed him $ 2,841.37 for work that he performed at a condominium owned by Promo, including work related to painting, electrical, plumbing, drywall, and miscellaneous renovations. Promo appeared for the pre-trial conference and disputed Graydon’s allegations. The matter went to trial on March 14, 2005. After considering the testimony and evidence, the trial court entered its Final Judgment for Defendant, ruling that Graydon would take nothing by his action. Graydon filed a timely Motion for Rehearing. On January 26, 2006, the trial court denied Graydon’s Motion for Rehearing.
Before this Court, Graydon argues that the trial court
erred in entering judgment in favor of Promo.
The Court finds that Graydon is unable to demonstrate reversible error
as there is no transcript of the proceedings below. See Applegate v. Barnett Bank of
Tallahassee, 377 So.2d 1150, 1152 (
Therefore, it is,
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that Final Judgment for Defendant is affirmed.
ORDERED in Chambers, at
DAVID A. DEMERS
Circuit Judge, Appellate Division
AMY M. WILLIAMS PETER RAMSBERGER
Circuit Judge, Appellate Division Circuit Judge, Appellate Division
Copies furnished to:
Judge Dorothy Vaccaro
Bryan A. Graydon
Post Office Box 5733
 It is unclear why it took the trial court almost a year to rule on Graydon’s Motion for Rehearing. The delay has no bearing on the outcome of this appeal.