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Synonyms for erratum

an act or thought that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true

Synonyms for erratum

a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind

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Regardless of a jurisdiction's approach to the use of errata sheets, attorneys should not urge witnesses to change deposition answers.
According to the panel, "Judge Holloway's testimony and her deposition in a later errata sheet became the central most important contested matters in the case.
310(e), Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provides, the errata sheet may set forth "[a]ny changes in form or substance that the witness wants to make" so long as the errata sheet includes "a statement of the reasons given by the witness for making the changes" (emphasis supplied).
When changes are made, reasons must be listed on the errata sheet explaining why the witness made the changes.
It is my understanding that Greenwood Press will provide an errata sheet, which will be helpful.
Later, Hickox prepared an errata sheet to his deposition.
A wrong illustration was printed, but an errata sheet provides the right one.
An errata sheet is enclosed with the first printing.
An accompanying errata sheet lists 18 problem spots for 15 chapters.
They'd issue errata sheets, and then errata sheets for the errata sheets.
Seth Lerer turns his attention to Tudor errata sheets, which he shows to have been more than mere lists of typos: they were used by Thomas More to correct (and to be seen to correct) doctrinal errors, and by Thomas Elyot to advertise a narrative of submission to royal power.