and it said service by posting alone is insufficient and service by mail alone is insufficient the judge refused to see the evidence that there was fraud so what can i do now the write is going to be issued on Wednesday at 6 am
You need to see an attorney first thing Monday. I gather your default was taken after insufficient service of process, but I cannot be sure. You have to state many more facts regarding the type of case, the method of service, and what steps were taken. How did the matter come before the judge?
Your statements of law are correct. However, it is not clear when your mother tried to argue fraud. It seems a judgment has already been entered.
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Contact a lawyer to stop the writ from being executed by the sheriff. You may need to file a motion to set aside default judgment or motion to stay the execution of the writ of possession.
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