A motion for clarification was the proper method for resolving an ambiguous judgment because the motion did not seek to change the terms or substance of the judgment, but merely sought to resolve the ambiguity in the judgment by reconciling a discrepancy between the court's factual findings and its orders.
Bauer v. Bauer
Connecticut Supreme Court
March 18, 2013
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