Ask a Canada Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
Were you served with the claim? (I am assuming you are the defendant).
Are you saying you were told they did this in the US?Do you have assets in Canada?When you signed the note were you in the US?
It would not be summary judgment. It would be default judgment and it would be based on the fact that you were served and there would be proof of service and that you did not defend.
So if they try to enforce the judgment you would be able to contest and have the judgment set aside on the basis that you were not served.