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Errors or irregularities contained in judicial proceedings make the judicial proceedings subject to two different categories of attack: direct and collateral.
A direct attack is a continuation of the original proceeding which decided the issue involving the real estate. A collateral attack involves a separate proceeding. The difference between these two kinds of attack is extremely important. Methods of direct attack usually have time limits. On the other hand, collateral attack usually has no time limits and is used to relitigate the issue decided by the first court.
Examination of court proceedings requires complete knowledge of local and federal procedural statutes and regulations.