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Locum clerk made a typo and issued summons for the day she typed the summons.

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Our Locum clerk issued a summons, when she prepared it, for 19th July 2022 which she distributed to councillors on 20th July 2022.

 I hereby summons you to the following meeting of be held at ........


Please see the Agenda for the meeting below.

This was at the head of an Agenda:-


Do we need to issue another summons for a correct date or are we ok to continue this meeting or do we need to rearrange?

Advice would be much appreciated.

by (270 points)

2 Answers

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I would think that issuing an erratum notice to councillors would be sufficient to correct the error ( ASAP)
by (22.5k points)
Not the end of the world - in a sensible world.
Corrigendum rather than erratum though?

It’s an obvious accidental error but could invalidate the meeting as an extreme.
Thank you all for your responses .Amendment made immediately.
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Everyone is human and it’s an easy mistake to make.
by (6.3k points)

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