Errata Sheet Law & Legal Definition


Errata sheet is an attachment to a deposition transcript. It contains the deponent’s corrections upon reading the transcript and the reasons for those corrections.

Errata sheet is a term commonly seen used in discovery proceedings. It is also known as errata page.

An errata sheet is meant to alert the court reporter to possible errors in a deponent’s notes or transcription of his/her notes. It is not meant to materially change sworn deposition testimony or to add responses that deposing counsel's questions did not elicit. [Norelus v. Denny's, Inc., 628 F.3d 1270, 1306 (11th Cir. 2010)].