IN NULLO EST ERRATUM
pleading. A plea to errors assigned on
proceedings in error, by which the defendant in error affirms
there is no error in the record. As to the effect of, such plea,
see 1 Vent. 252; 1 Str. 684; 9 Mass. R. 532; 1 Burr. 410; T. Ray.
231. It is a general rule that the plea in nullo est erratum
confesses the fact assigned for error; Yelv. 57; Dane s Ab.
Index, h. t.; but not a matter assigned contrary to the record. 7
Wend. 55; Bac. Ab. Error; G.
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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