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Erratum

[Latin, Error.] The term used in the Latin formula for the assignment of mistakes made in a case.

After reviewing a case, if a judge decides that there was no error, he or she indicates so by replying, "In nollo est erratum," which means, "no error was committed." The plural is errata.

See: error, fault, miscue, misstatement, mistake, oversight
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This deposition testimony, including the errata sheet, is admissible at trial, and "[o]nce the changes are made, they become a part of the deposition just as if the deponent gave the testimony while being examined, and they can be read at trial just as any other part of the deposition is subject to use at trial.
49) Although opposing counsel is entitled to bring out the fact that the errata sheet was generated after the witness consulted with his attorney, the substance of that communication is protected by the attorney-client privilege.
See also Taylor, Depositions, Errata Sheets, Reopening, and Termination, 70 FLA.
The motel also argued that the errata sheet served as nothing more than an affidavit.
The notice stated that the defendant would reopen the petitioner's deposition to examine him in connection with information contained in the errata sheet, the preparation thereof, and the source of the information.
If you face an errata sheet that substantively changes the deponent's testimony, you may move to reopen the deposition.
Overall, those who find their sacred text in nature must be able to live with errata sheets.
Part 4, "Preparing the Text" (Chapters 22-28), includes a comprehensive section on developing the various parts of a book (front matter, main text, and back matter), emphasizing topics such as page sequencing, numbering conventions, and the use of errata sheets.
Needing an alternative bug detection approach, 0-In followed up the Stanford research with a study of bugs in errata sheets, bugs that caused silicon turns, and bugs found late in the design cycle.