In Citizens Property Insurance Corporation v. Maytin (3D10-693), the Third District reversed the trial court's ruling compelling appraisal. The insured filed a lawsuit seeking to compel appraisal. In response, Citizens answered that the insured had "failed to comply with post-loss conditions and prevented Citizens from fully inspecting his property, thereby, precluding the invocation of the appraisal clause under the insurance policy." The court:
reverse[d] the trial court’s grant of the motion to compel appraisal and remand for an evidentiary hearing to determine if Maytin complied with the post-loss conditions under the policy.