1. An attack on a judgment made in the same proceeding as the one in which the judgment was entered; specif., the taking of proceedings in the action in which a judgment has been rendered to have the judgment vacated or reversed or modified by appropriate proceedings in either the trial court or an appellate court. ? Examples of direct attacks are motions for new trial and appeals. Cf. COLLATERAL ATTACK.
2. The taking of independent proceedings in equity to prevent the enforcement of a judgment.
What is the Chinese interpretation of DIRECT ATTACK?
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