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Friday, August 10, 2012

New Opinion on Service of Process, Default Judgments, Appellate Practice, Etc.

The Court of Appeals (Middle Section (panel from the Eastern Section)) issued its opinion in Ramsay v. Custer, No. M2011-02490-COA-R3-CV (Tenn. Ct. App. Jul. 31, 2011).  The summary from the opinion states as follows:
In this case, the Trial Court initially granted plaintiff a default judgment against the defendant, and set a trial on the issue of damages. Defendant was given notice of the subsequent hearing, and defendant's attorney moved to set aside the default judgment, which the Trial Court granted and dismissed plaintiff's case. Plaintiff has appealed. We affirm the Judgment of the Trial Court.
 Here is a link to the opinion:

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