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AUC Bulletin 2019-04: Errata Decisions to Correct Typographical, Spelling and Calculation Errors

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Errata – Corrigenda


Section 48.1 of Rule 001: Rules of Practice provides that “[t]he Commission may, without notice, correct typographical, spelling and calculation errors and other similar types of errors made in any of its orders, decisions or directions.”

Notwithstanding the wording of section 48.1, the AUC provided parties with notice and issued an errata decision when correcting typographical, spelling and calculation errors and other similar types of errors in its decisions. The errata decision indicated the changes required and attached an amended version of the original decision.

If typographical, spelling, calculation errors, and other similar types of errors are detected within 30 days of the date of issuance, the AUC will no longer issue an errata decision. The AUC will make these corrections and substitute the corrected version on its website and in the eFiling System within 30 days of issuance of the decision without notice to parties.

Decisions which require a correction that is not in the nature of a typographical, spelling, calculation error and other similar type of error, and errors of any type that are detected after 30 days of issuance and which in the view of the AUC require correction, will be corrected through the issuance of a Corrigenda decision. The Corrigenda decision will indicate the changes required and attach an amended form of the original decision.

These changes took effect on April 8, 2019.

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