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The opposing counsel is claiming that one's motion to vacate final judgment is based on unsupported claims or defenses, delaying litigation
, or generally bad faith and without merit. See here
At this point, if one feels that one's motion to vacate judgment IS NOT such as the opposing counsel describes, then one wants to file a RESPONSE to the motion for sanctions
and then let the Court decide. This is not a motion to object, it would be simply a "Petitioner's Response to Respondent's Motion for Sanctions."
If one feels that the motion to vacate judgment may be a little questionable after all, then one may wish to withdraw it to avoid any sanctions.
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