Yes, if this is a small claims court judgment (and not a limited jurisdiction superior court judgment).
Keep in mind that you must file this motion no later than 30 days from the date the court clerk mailed you the Notice of Entry of Judgment.
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A motion to set aside a default judgment, with a supporting declaration, will be required in a limited civil action. The form you are referring to is a small claims form.
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