In Nullo Est Erratum Law and Legal Definition

In nullo est erratum is a Latin term which means ‘in nothing is there error’. It is a common plea to errors assigned on proceedings. By in nullo est erratum, a party denies errors in records or proceedings jointly. A in nullo est erratum confesses the fact assigned for error. The plea is in the nature of a demurrer. The result of the plea is that the matter of law arising due is at once referred for judgment.