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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Void Judgments

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  • Sterling W Wyatt
    First, stop believing and keep studying the difference between void and voidable judgments and reversable error and violation of rights. IMHO, an order in
    Message 1 of 2 , May 9, 2004
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      First, stop "believing" and keep studying the difference between void and voidable judgments and reversable error and violation of rights.   IMHO, an order in violation of rights in not firmly established as a void judgment
       
      Second, no, a long time to publish an order does not make it a void judgment. But,  carefully re-study the two orders and their "Findings of fact..." for your reliance on the second order for your slice of the pie.  No findings of fact...? Ask for one.
       
      Third,  be careful you are with "clean hands" and have dutifully and timely responded to that first order.
       
      Wayne
       
      On Thu, 6 May 2004 23:21:10 -0400 <Sacs1@...> writes in part:
      I believe a judgement can be void because of due process violations.
       
      Of course after the 13 months the [wife's] value went down but the wife still wanted the 50% value of the account 13 months earlier....  Was this order void because of the 13 month delay in entering it?
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