Opinions – 4/3/14: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Default  BOTTOM LINE: Defendant was not entitled to a default judgment against plaintiff for failure to answer defendant’s counterclaim because defendant did not show a substantial and sufficient controversy as to the merits, plaintiff’s failure to plead was excusable given that his original attorney had left his firm and paperwork was inadvertently neglected, and defendant ...

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