Adamson v. Brockbank

In Adamson v. Brockbank, 112 Utah 52, 185 P.2d 264 (1947), the Court stated: "Where a belated entry merely constitutes an amendment or modification not changing the substance or character of the judgment, such entry is merely a nunc pro tunc entry which relates back to the time the original judgment was entered, and does not enlarge the time for appeal; but where the modification or amendment is in some material matter, the time begins to run from the time of the modification or amendment." (112 Utah at 60, 185 P.2d at 268.)