Small Claims Court Factsheets: Obtaining a Default Order
A default order is an order made by the small claims court without having to go through a full trial. A default order can be granted when a person who is being sued fails to file a reply. This factsheet provides an overview of the procedure to obtain a default order in small claims court.View website
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