voidable judgment


voidable judgment
A judgment which is apparently valid, but in truth wanting in some material respect; in other words, a judgment which is erroneous. Southern Surety Co. v Texas Oil Clearing House (Tex Com App) 281 SW 1045, 1046. A judgment which, because of defect, is subject to being reversed, vacated, or superseded but which is binding everywhere until a successful attack has been made upon it. 30A Am J Rev ed Judgm § 44.

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