Prevailing Party in Vacated Judgments
States that the party that prevails in an action to
States that the party that prevails in an action to vacate a judgment shall only be considered the prevailing party for the purpose of the award of costs, including reasonable attorney fees, if such party prevails on the merits in the underlying action.
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