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§ 6-1432. Default judgments.

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   In cases where the defendant fails to answer, demur, or otherwise plead, the plaintiff may, after the day on which said action shall be set for answer, take default judgment upon a verified petition, affidavits, or sworn testimony establishing a claim. No judgment will be entered on a negotiable instrument unless the original is surrendered for cancellation to the court.

Rule 32 amended September 1987. Renumbered and codified as § 6-1432, effective July 18, 2008.

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