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Default and consent judgments
Insurance (ISC) CHAPTER 28, ARTICLE 52
§ 5214. Default and consent judgments. (a) No claim shall be allowed
and ordered to be paid by the corporation if the court finds upon the
hearing for the allowance of the claim that it is founded upon a
judgment which was entered by default or consent of the defendant.

(b) When the corporation receives notice of intention to enter
judgment and intention to file a claim against the corporation and the
time allowed for filing an answer has expired, the corporation shall be
granted a reasonable time after the receipt of notice by it to answer
and to defend the action.

(c) If upon a hearing for the allowance of any claim against the
corporation the court finds that the judgment was entered by default or
with the consent or agreement of the defendant it shall order that the
judgment insofar as it affects the corporation be set aside and the
corporation permitted to proceed in the action as provided above.