Commonwealth Court (PA) vacates trial court order in remanding of condo case

Per a Sept. 18 ruling from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, a default judgment in excess of $16,000 now has the chance to be opened in its remanding to the Northampton County Court of Common Pleas.  The Commonwealth Court overturned a May 2014 decision of the trial court, which denied Kristina A. Nash the opportunity to open the $16,490.44 default judgment against her in a lawsuit filed by Easton Condominium Association, Inc. for “unpaid assessments, late charges, fees, costs and interest.”    Read the article………


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