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Once a default judgment has been entered you can file a Motion to Set Aside/Motion to Vacate the Judgment.
California Code of Civil Procedure (CCP), sections 473(b), 476(d), and 473.5
http://law.onecle.com/california/civil-procedure/473.5.html this link provides the permitted grounds for seeking to have the judgment set aside.
This is a link for a sample of the form for Ventura County http://www.ventura.courts.ca.gov/local_forms/vn147.pdf
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I am sorry I misunderstood. Now you know what to do if it has been entered. Hopefully it has not.
No there must be a hearing. You could call the clerk of the court and ask them if the motion was granted and if not when was or is the court date.
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