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A failure to make an effective denial constitutes an admission of the allegation by the defendant. In federal court, a defendant's failure to deny allegations of damages is not important as they are always deemed at issue in federal court. Generally, it is not fatal to ignore immaterial allegations. However, it may be very difficult at times to distinguish between material and immaterial allegations. It is best to effectively deny all of a plaintiff's allegations.

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