if i had a judgment rendered against me in 2004 and had it satisfied when they got the order to take it out of my account, can i do anything about it now since 1 i was never served and 2 i was active duty at the time?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Yes. If you were not served then the court had no jurisdiction (authority) to grant a judgment
You need to file an Order to Show Cause in the same court to vacate the Judgment and get your money back.
I disagree. Once a satisfaction of judgment is filed, there is no action to vacate. In other words, you cannot vacate a judgment that does not exist.
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