How to apply to enter a party's default in a civil case
- You filed a Summons and Complaint in the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County, and
- You served the Defendant with the court papers, and
- Proof of service on Defendant has been filed with the Clerk of Superior Court, and
- The Defendant failed to file an answer, response, pleading, or otherwise defend within the time allowed by the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure, and
- You want to get a Default Judgment against the Defendant.
How to apply to enter a party's default in a civil case - Forms and Instructions - CVC6
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