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Default Judgments

The modification to this court rule will take effect 30 days from September 30, 2004. The intent of this change is to streamline the default judgment process. All struck through text represents the deleted portion with the under lined portion representing the new.

All Motions for Default Judgment shall be in writing and clearly state the date the complaint was filed, how service was made, proof of service and answer date. All Motions for Default Judgment shall also contain a list of all damages supported by documentary or other evidence. A proposed entry shall accompany the motion as well as an affidavit addressing age, competence, and military status. An oral hearing may be required in the discretion of the trial Judge or where an appearance has been made.

All motions for default judgment shall be in writing and clearly state the date the complaint was filed, how service was made, proof of service and answer date. All motions for default judgment shall also contain a list of all damages supported by documentary or other evidence. A proposed entry shall accompany the motion as well as an affidavit addressing age, competence, and military service. An oral hearing may be required in the discretion of the trial judge or where an appearance has been made.

 

 

 

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