No decision, judgment, or decree, excepting decrees taking the matter as confessed,
shall be entered by default, but proof satisfactory to the court shall be offered
in support of plaintiff's claim of title and of all claims known to be, or which may
be, adverse thereto, and the court shall thereafter enter judgment in accordance with
the law and the evidence. The judgment, when final, shall be conclusive against all persons served as herein
required, both known and unknown, and whether under disability or not, and whether
service was personal, by registered or certified mail, or by publication.
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