A vacated judgment makes a previous legal judgment legally void. A vacated
judgment is usually the result of the judgment of an appellate court, which ...
Apr 6, 2015 ... Did someone file a judgment against you? If they did, there is a chance you can
get it dismissed or vacated. Vacating a judgment is basically ...
There is a time limit for moving to vacate a judgment because of excusable
default – 180 days from the entry of the Judgment. (If you were never served with
Jan 15, 2014 ... There are only 3 ways to get rid of a judgment: 1) Vacate it; 2) Satisfy it; or 3)
Discharge it. In your analysis of which approach is best for you, ...
Apr 1, 2013 ... If you have been sued in Civil Court and a judgment has been entered against
you because you defaulted, that is, you did not show up to ...
If you are sued and you did not go to your trial, the court may enter a judgment
against you based on the information the plaintiff provided, without hearing your ...
Nov 13, 2014 ... Vacating a Default Judgment. If you don't file an Answer or you miss a court date,
the party suing you will ask the court for a default judgment ...
1. MOTION TO VACATE JUDGMENT/ORDER. Civil Rule 60. A. What is a motion
to vacate? A Motion to Vacate is a request to the court to withdraw a previous ...
You have only 30 days from this date to file a motion to vacate the judgment or
appeal the judge's decision. Exception: If you are the defendant and you did not ...
How to Vacate a Default Judgment (Small Claims Division of the Superior Court
of California, County of San Mateo)