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Creditor’s Rights – Garnishment Summons – Default Judgment

A corporation that responded to the underlying action on a debt with a request to dismiss the suit, signed by the company’s CEO, a lawyer, did not file a proper response under Virginia Supreme Court Rules and an Henrico County Circuit Court refuses to set aside the default judgment and to quash a garnishment summons.
Modular Wood Systems Inc. v. World Trade Group LLP (Henrico Cir.Ct.) (VLW 009-8-040) (5 pp.)

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