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Civil Procedure – Default Judgment – Jurisdiction – ‘Doing Business’ (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court declines to set aside a default judgment in this contract action against a Florida corporation, finding the court had jurisdiction over the corporation under Va. Code 8.01-328.1 based on plaintiff’s evidence that the Florida company conducted business in Virginia. Defendant claims it only learned of the lawsuit when plaintiff sought to enforce ...

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