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Re: Appeal and/or void judgment

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  • John
    No you dont have to appeal before you motion to have the judgment set aside under rule 60(b). However, if you have just received your judgment and you are
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 28, 2004
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      No you dont have to appeal before you motion to have the judgment set
      aside under rule 60(b). However, if you have just received your
      judgment and you are within the time limits you can put in a motion
      for reconsideration with all the same points in it that you would use
      in a 60(b) motion. The reason folks use the 60(b) is because there
      time limits have expired under the normal reconsideration and appeal
      procedures. If the court does not have jurisdiction because it lacks
      evidence or testimony then the motion for consideration will work
      just as well.
      John

      --- In tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com, "Benjamin Clemons"
      <bjcproductions2003@m...> wrote:
      > What's the difference between an appeal and a void judgment? If
      you've just received a judgment against you would you need to appeal
      before you can try to void the judgment?
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