04-18-2012 06:01 AM
Has anyone successful removed a Judgment in Maryland? I've read that typically you can file a motion to vacate but in Maryland you only have 30 days to do so after a default judgment is issued and this was back in 2008. I heard of something called a "voluntary nonsuit" that the plaintiff can file but I am confused on whether that can be filed after the judgment has been issued. I know that no one can provide "legal advice" but does anyone know anything about this or have you heard of a successful way to remove a judgment other than filing to vacate? TIA.
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