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Civil Practice – Default Judgment – Discovery Sanction – Breach of Contract – Expenses Identified (access required)

  Where plaintiff’s complaint and its incorporated attachments identified each specific expense incurred by plaintiff in furtherance of the parties’ contract and noted the total of $73,360.08, the trial court could enter a default judgment against defendant in the amount of $73,360.08 as a sanction for defendant’s lengthy history of evasive and dilatory techniques regarding plaintiff’s ...

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