error apparent

A manifest, plain, or obvious error. An error on the face of a proceeding, in the pleadings, judgment, or decree, as distinguished from an error in the evidence discoverable only upon the examination of the record. Milliken v McKenzie (Tex Civ App) 285 SW 1110, 1111.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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