You can file a CRCP Rule 60(b) motion for relief from judgment for fraud to have the court revisit the ruling. You then can request documents that prove the fraud, but you generally would need to file the motion first. If you use an attorney and prove the fraud, you likely could get your fees paid for having to re-open the case. I hoper this helps.
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CRCP Rule 60(b), which has an equivalent in other states, does provide for vacating such motion. Of course, the difficulty will be in obtaining necessary evidence.--expect a wall of opposition in the form of objections. Plus they will likely attempt to dismiss your petition for the outset--claiming you are on fishing expedition.
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