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   What is the procedure for having your Case Reopened and requesting a New (Jury) Trial if you have unimpeachable evidence of undisclosed Mtge Servicing Fraud in your Case...??

   Have discussed this with Nye before.....perhaps he can expound more now that all the sordid details are being EXPOSED...!!

   Any input on this most important Topic will be greatly appreciated & read...!
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Stephen

Tried that.  All lawyers said the same thing.  2-year statute of limitations.

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I am going to DISAGREE with Stephen's repsonse, as worded, but am generally inclined to AGREE in partical effect.

My disagreement is that there is no monolithically correct answer you your question antionwide.  The time period VARIES from state to state.

It is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to have an established judgment set aside after the period to request a new trial or to appeal runs.  These periods are likely to be set out in the Rules of your jurisdiction.

The most noteworthy EXCEPTION is in instances where Constitutional due process was denied and especially in the case of default judgments without proper service.

Posting your query WITHOUT identifying your STATE makes it impossible to answer.  Even if we KNEW your state, intrinsic fraud or the later discovery of new affirmative defenses or counterclaims is rarely a valid reason to set aside a judgment.  This is WHY discovery is so critical!  You need to get the FACTS OF YOUR CASE through discovery WHILE THE LITIGATION IS UNDERWAY.  Stumbling across the facts LATER is rarely helpful. 
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Sleuth

This old post has some interesting information.

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