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Does that answer your question as to how to enter the default judgment?
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This was helpful thanks. I did not submit a statement of damages to the defendant when I mailed him the notice of entry of default. However, the court shows that the request for entry for detault was entered in the court.
Your mention of "Statement of damages and Proof of Service of Statement of Damages.. [CCP § 425.11]." as a requirement for the application of entry for default:
subsection b) and below, seemingly refer to personal injury and wrongful death cases, and does not refer to a breach of contract. Can you clarify your explanations in this light?
Well, I appreciate the answer, but that's everything I've done so far.
What I need to know is the second step on this process, which is how to file a Request for Court Judgement (for default), which from my understanding is the same civ100 form but check marked with a different box. I need to know the process/documents from here, and specifically on the statement of damages.
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