Scire Facias Ad Audiendum Errores Law and Legal Definition

Scire facias ad audiendum errores is a common-law writ available to a plaintiff in error. It is sued out after the plaintiff in error has assigned his errors, to compel the executors or administrators of the deceased defendant in error to join in error.

A paper purporting to be a writ of scire facias ad audiendum errores, which is not tested, and is otherwise informal, and which is not served by an authorized officer, is not a legal writ. [Knight v. Weiskopf, 21 Fla. 157 (Fla. 1885)].