I can understand why you would want to file a satisfaction of judgment, but I'm not really sure why you would want to vacate the judgment. With that said, if you were to file to vacate your own judgment I can't imagine why the judge would disallow it. He/she might ask if you understood the ramifications of your actions, but as long as you did, I would think they would allow it.
You can enter a satisfaction of judgment , but do not enter it until you are paid. The defendant could seek a vacation and you could allow it and perhaps the Court would as well, if you have been paid.
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