According to the Third District Court of Appeal, a party who is not named in the action and whose motion to intervene is denied do not have the right to appeal the final judgment . See Quinones v. Southeastern Investment Group Corp., 39 Fla. L. Weekly D909a (Fla. 3d DCA 2014). Rather, the order denying the motion to intervene is considered the final determination of the proceedings with regards to that party. Id. As a result, that party has the right to appeal the order denying the motion to intervene within 30 days of rendition of that order. Id. Waiting until rendition of the final judgment in that case will result in your appeal being dismissed due to lack of standing. Id.