Erratum

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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.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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If a substantive change is made to deposition testimony by way of the errata sheet, opposing counsel has the right to reopen the deposition, although the substance of the reopened deposition must relate to these substantive changes.
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