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A trial court should view the opening of default judgments with great liberality, and should tolerate every reasonable ground for indulgence to the end that a just result is reached

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Setting aside the entry of default

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A default judgment will not be disturbed unless the failure to appear or otherwise defend was excusable under the circumstances and unless the defendant has a meritorious defense to both the cause of action and damages

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A motion for default judgment

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A plaintiff may be granted a judgment by default upon application to the court where a default has been properly entered against a defendant

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Setting aside a default

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Default on a breach of contract claim

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Pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Court may, upon a plaintiff’s motion, enter a default judgment against a properly served defendant who fails to plead or otherwise defend an action

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Relief from the operation of the judgment or order should be more liberally applied in cases where the requested relief is from a default judgment

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Service by mail

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