Obtaining a Default Judgment is a two-step process in Bankruptcy Court.

What “Default Judgment” Means A “default judgment” is the kind of judgment generally entered in cases where one party fails to show up to defend a lawsuit. Courts typically enter default judgments in favor of the plaintiffs in cases where the defendants did not respond to the complaint. Shortly after a complaint is filed, the defendant is supposed to respond to the complaint by submitting an answer or by filing a motion to dismiss. If the defendant does neither of those things, it risks entry of default and default judgment. The 1st Step – Entering a Default Obtaining a default 

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