548.14 JUDGMENTS, PROCURED BY FRAUD, SET ASIDE BY ACTION.
Any judgment obtained in a court of record by means of perjury, subornation of perjury,
or any fraudulent act, practice, or representation of the prevailing party, may be set aside in an
action brought for that purpose by the aggrieved party in the same judicial district within three
years after the discovery by the aggrieved party of such perjury or fraud. In such action the
court may either enjoin the enforcement of the judgment or command the satisfaction thereof,
may compel the party procuring the same to restore any property received by virtue thereof,
and may make such other or further order or judgment as justice shall require; but no right or
interest of a third party acquired under such judgment in good faith, and without knowledge of the
wrong complained of, shall be affected by the action herein provided for; provided, if during the
pendency of such action the enforcement of such judgment or an action thereon shall become
barred by the statute of limitations, and such judgment is sustained, the same may be enforced, or
an action commenced thereon, within one year after such action is finally determined.
History: (9405) RL s 4277; 1986 c 444