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Thanks for your message, I appreciate it is important to you. If no acknowledgement of service has been filed nor a defence filed within the specified timescales, then yes you should apply for default judgement.
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Hello yes you can file a default judgement if no acknowledgement of service has been file and the judge will then create a ruling i.e. look into your case and most likely award in your favour. All the best.