The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear argument in a case of first impression in which a default judgment against a Pennsylvania company rendered by a New Hampshire court was found void because of a lack of a certificate required under the Pennsylvania Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act.
On Sept. 9, the justices granted allocatur in Domus v. Signature Building Systems of PA, where previously a three-judge Superior Court panel reversed a default judgment against defendant Signature Building Systems of PA for failing to respond to plaintiff Domus Inc.’s New Hampshire-based contract lawsuit.
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