Equitable distribution judgment

Equitable distribution Judgment has some typos such as he for she and some errors on who actually has some property items. Does a motion have to be filed to correct the judgment?

Yes, a motion must be filed by one of the parties in order to correct clerical mistakes in a court order. However, a judge may correct such clerical mistakes on his or her own without the necessity of one of the parties filing a motion.


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