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  1. If a default judgment has been awarded against you by a General Sessions Court in Tennessee, you have ten days to move to vacate it. However, under Rule 60 you have one year to move for fraud and up to a "reasonable time" to move to set aside for various other reasons. It is imperative to do so before garnishment begins because then most judges will presume that you were served and just don't want to pay a debt purchaser. We can help in some cases and there is no charge to ask us questions. We operate off of attorney fees and fees we derive for statutory violations.