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Void judgments (found in the legal research) are judgments that are never valid - nullity.
Challenge on subject matter jurisdiction, and ANY other possible way to void the judgment is what I am seeking. However, again, exhausting trial and appeal remedies cannot validate a judgment that is deemed void so I don't understand the answer specific to actual "exhaustion" of "all" remedies. If a judgment that is found to be "void", regardless of how much time has passed (1, 5, 10, 40 years), how is it made "valid" if a void is a void is a void, nullity, having no effect?
the VOID issues were not plead on appeal and, still, how do you un-void a nullity in fact despite legally-defective rulings by ANY court? By the way, I do appreciate your time. I am genuinely stuck on the facts of the law when it comes to a void is a void is a void. Never valid. Are you saying that an invalid judgment, literally, legally, statutes, all rules, etc... can be UNVOIDED by any court of law? When does accountability kick in? Is a WRIT Certiori or any Writ an option? Florida supreme court has never reviewed this case.
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