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" The district court shall have power to vacate or modify its own judgments or orders, at or after the term at which such judgment or order was made: First. "
The Pacific Reporter - Page 422
1921
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volume 10

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...court (by 5275 made applicable to all courts of record) shall have power to modify its own judgment or orders, at or after the term at which such judgment or order was made, for mistake, neglect, or omission of the clerk. Brownlee v. Davidson, 28 Neb. 785, 45 NW 51. Without...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Determined by the Supreme ..., Volume 84

Iowa. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1893
...may vacate a judgment after the term in which it is entered, for various reasons, and,, among them, "seventh, for unavoidable casualty or misfortune preventing the party from prosecuting or defending." It may be said that, to our minds, the showing to set aside the default is not strong, but the rule has...
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Kansas Reports, Volume 86

Kansas. Supreme Court, Elliot V. Banks, William Craw Webb, Asa Maxson Fitz Randolph, Gaspar Christopher Clemens, Thomas Emmet Dewey, Llewellyn James Graham, Oscar Leopold Moore, Earl Hilton Hatcher, Howard Franklin McCue - Law reports, digests, etc - 1912
...of what coupons were to be included. The statute (Civ. Code, 596) authorizes the district court to vacate or modify its own judgments or orders at or after the term, for mistake, neglect or omission of the clerk, or irregularity in obtaining a judgment or order. It...
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Laws, Joint Resolutions, and Memorials, Passed at the Legislative Assembly ...

Nebraska - Law - 1899
...error in the proceedings. Sixth, For the death of one of the parties before the judgment in the action. Seventh, For unavoidable casualty or misfortune, preventing the party from prosecuting or defending. Eight, For errors in a judgment shown by an infant in twelve months after arriving at full age, as...
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