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Civil Procedure – Default Judgment – Faulty Service – Curing Statute (access required)

A circuit court denies defendant’s motion to vacate a default judgment against him based on faulty service of process, in that the case and summons originally were styled against “Paul E. Suplizio,” defendant’s father, instead of “Paul A. Suplizio,” which is defendant’s name. The issue in this case is whether identifying the defendant with a different ...

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