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Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorothy A. Brown Court Clerks Fraud Upon the Court et,al

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENT – FISRT DISTRICT

Wilfred Jacobson, )
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V. ) Case No. 13M1714141
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Calvin Ray Cobbs Sr. )

MOTION FOR FRAUD UPON THE COURT BY PTRVAILING PARTY

Case Docket No. 13M1714141
whom contents are 13M1714146
The only error is on the judge
whom aloud the fraud upon the
court on 07/05/2013 judge
Judge Leonard Murray et, al.


MOTION TO REOPEN CASE 13M1714141 DUE TO FRAUD UPON THE COURT AND
MOTION FOR NEWLY DISCOVERED EVIDENCE AND MOTION FOR VOID ORDERS
CAN BE ATTACKED AT ANY TIME IN ANY COURT PROVIDED THAT PARTY IS PROPERLY BEFORE COURT

Void order which is one entered by court which lacks jurisdiction over parties or subject matter, or lacks inherent power to enter judgment, or order procured by fraud, can be attacked at any time, in any court, either directly or collaterally, provided that party is properly before court, People ex. re. Brzica v. Village of Lake Barrington, 644 N.E.2d 66 (Ill.App.2 Dist. 1994)

Every civil case may be reopened if the prevailing party committed a fraud upon the court or if the judgment is void. A judgment may be void if the court had no jurisdiction to hear the case or if a party was not properly served or for various other reasons.

In general, cases that have been disposed of may never simply be refiled. They are either appealed or reopened. One instance where a case may refiled is where the court that disposed of the case never had jurisdiction to hear it. If it had no jurisdiction to hear it in the first place, it has no jurisdiction to hear it after reopening it and that:

VOID ORDERS CAN BE ATTACKED AT ANY TIME IN ANY COURT PROVIDED THAT PARTY IS PROPERLY BEFORE COURT VOID ORDERS CAN BE ATTACKED AT ANY TIME IN ANY COURT PROVIDED THAT PARTY IS PROPERLY BEFORE COURT

No Notice, No Jurisdiction, No Authority to Grant Relief, and the Judgment is VOID!

“It is fundamental that no judgment or order affecting the rights of a party to the cause shall be made or rendered without notice to the party whose rights are to be affected.” Tyron Fed. Sav. & Loan Ass’n v. Phelps, 307 S.C. 361, 362, 415 S.E.2d 397, 398 (1992). Generally, a person against whom a judgment or order is taken without notice may rightly ignore it and may assume that no court will enforce it against his person or property. Id.

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