But Rule 17(11) is designed to enable judgments by default to be set aside by those who can acquire a locus standi. It does not give locus standi to those who have none: Jacques v. Harrison (1883), 12 Q.B.D. 136. Since the natural father has no status in adoption proceedings, he has no standing to apply and set aside the judgment.
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