Thank you for your new question.
They do have an obligation to raise the fraud and they can and should be raising it at the very least in the compliance hearing as a defense to the non-compliance. Legally, fraud is a defense to the non-compliance as well. They should address the fraud in the objection to the non-compliance and then present your fraud evidence in there. If the judge refuses to hear it as a defense to the compliance, then you still have the motion to vacate based on fraud you can still file after the compliance hearing, which is what the attorneys are likely trying to tell you.
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