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'Discretion' defined for grant of default judgment (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE--A default judgment may seem like an easy way for a plaintiff to coast to victory against a defendant who is slow to respond to a lawsuit. But in the commonwealth, it is not always clear when a party can win, or obtain relief from, a default judgment on liability. There is "wide variation" in trial judges' ...

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