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Civil Practice – Default Judgment – Soldiers & Sailors Act (access required)

Although defendant alleges that his military service prejudiced his ability to defend against his landlord's unlawful detainer action, in that he "was on leave out of the area at the time it was allegedly served," the defendant is not entitled to any relief under the Soldiers & Sailors Relief Act, 50 U.S.C.app. § § ...

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