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Case No. 19-0431

No Boundry, LLC
v.
Cornell Hoosman

Defendant in action for the recovery of real property appealed from a district court order denying his motion to set aside a default judgment. Defendant contends (1) there was good cause to set aside the default, (2) he had a good faith defense, and (3) he had a legal disability that prohibited entry of the default without a defense. The court of appeals affirmed the district court order. Defendant seeks further review.

County:
Black Hawk

Resister

No Boundry, LLC

Applicants

Cornell Hoosman

Attorneys for Resister

Charles P. Augustine

Attorneys for Applicants

Todd Schmidt
Nathan Peters
Alexander Vincent Kornya

Supreme Court

Oral Argument Schedule

15-15-5

Dec 16, 2020 9:00 AM

Briefs

Supreme Court Opinion

Opinion Number:
19-0431
Date Published:
Jan 22, 2021

Court of Appeals

Court of Appeals Opinion

Opinion Number:
19-0431
Date Published:
Jan 09, 2020
Summary

            Appeal from the Iowa District Court for Black Hawk County, Andrea Dryer, Judge.  AFFIRMED.  Heard by Bower, C.J., and May and Greer, JJ.  Opinion by May, J.  (8 pages)

            Cornell Hoosman appeals from the district court’s denial of his motion to set aside a default judgment.  OPINION HOLDS: The district court did not abuse its discretion by refusing to set aside the default judgment. 

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