Gilder, et al. v. Cedar Ridge Farms, Ltd., 213 Ark. App. 686 (2013)

(defendant claimed that plaintiff breached contract for sale of horse; defendant sought possession of horse and $74,000 judgment; default judgment entered against plaintiff and plaintiff later sought to have judgment set aside for defective service due to incorrect statement that plaintiff had 20 days to respond (correct number of days was 30); court refused to set judgment aside; on appeal, court reversed on basis that service requirements must be strictly complied with; default judgment set aside). 

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