In amount, there is certainly a justiciability gap in this situation because Appellants have actually discontinued their old loan programs and servicing agreements and now have not changed these with any ones that are new exactly the same appropriate conditions that had been determined because of the district court whenever it denied Appellants’ motions for initial injunction. When we had been to rule on those legalities, that are no further presented, we might be “overstepping our judicial authority” by making an “impermissible advisory viewpoint in regards to a non-existing” pair of facts. Cole, 355 F.3d at 1293.
Hence, we reject Appellants’ claims that their intent, aspirations, or ongoing efforts to build up a brand new loan system that they wish will dodge any FDIC objections but think may nevertheless break the Act keeps this present appeal from becoming moot.
For several for the foregoing reasons, we conclude that the district court’s denial of Appellants’ motions for a initial injunction вЂ” the sole ruling at issue in this appeal вЂ” is moot.
This conclusion compels us to dismiss this appeal also to vacate the region court’s purchase, because “when a problem in a case becomes moot on appeal, [we] not merely must dismiss as in to the mooted problem, but [we must] also vacate the part of the region court’s order that addresses it.” De Los Angeles Teja, 321 F.3d at 1364; see also Soliman v.