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Attacks on Judgments

126. Under rule 60(a), a party may correct ___ and other ___ in a judgment. Under rule 60(b), a party may ask for a new trial based on ___. clerical mistakes inadvertent errors newly discovered evidence or fraud
127. A party may also challenge a final judgment by ___ alleging ___. filing a new action newly discovered evidence or fraud
128. Thus there are three methods for challenging a judgment based on newly discovered evidence or fraud: a. Motion for New Trial (Rule 59) b. Motion for Relief from Judgment (Rule 60) c. A New Lawsuit One principle difference between these three is the time allowed for filing.
Created by: longhorn90