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The main positionings are that the decision may be nonexistent, null, unfair or perfect, and that the rescission methods would be the declaratory action of inexistence, the declaratory action for invalidity, the rescission action, the motion to stay execution against the Treasury and impugnment to comply with sentence.
Despite the existence of legal provisions allowing legal instruments for the flexibilization of res judicata--as the Rescission Action, the motions to stay execution against the Treasury and the impugnment to the fulfillment of the sentence--part of the doctrine proposes the mitigation of res judicata beyond those instruments, suggesting the use of other means, for example, the declaratory action for invalidity and non-existence, and the exclusion of timing limitations.