What are remedies vs. default order?

Here is a summary of the remedies available to a party who has been declared in default:

FROM NOTICE OF ORDER
OF DEFAULT
BEFORE JUDGMENT

[1] File a motion to set aside order of default. (Rule 9, Sec. 3(b))
[2] When there is abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of the court issuing such order of default, file a petition for certiorari. (Rule 65)

AFTER JUDGMENT
BEFORE FINALITY

[1] File a motion for reconsideration. (Rule 37, Section 1)
[2] File a motion for new trial. (Rule 37, Section 1)
[3] File an appeal. (Rule 41, Section 1)

AFTER FINALITY
OF JUDGMENT

[1] File a petition for certiorari. (Rule 65)
[2] File a petition for relief from judgment. (Rule 38)
[3] File a petition for annulment of judgment. (Rule 47)

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