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‘Actual Notice’ Unnecessary for Default (access required)

A trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to set aside a laundry service’s default judgment against a hospital company that could not account for its failure to respond to proper service of process on the Secretary of the Commonwealth; a trial court is not required to find “actual notice” to a defendant ...

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