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Default Set-Aside Motion Too Late (access required)

A defendant guarantor on a revolving line of credit for a modular home dealership in Wirtz, Va., cannot set aside a default judgment with his post-judgment motions filed 11 months after entry of default, a Roanoke U.S. District Court holds. After the default judgment was entered, plaintiff Triad attempted to collect on the judgment. On three ...

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