Errata Sheets in Nebraska are governed statutorily by the Rules of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for Nebraska, §6-330(e). Neb. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 6-330 (West 2017). This rule requires the deponent be given the opportunity to review and make changes to the deposition transcript as long as either the deponent or one of the parties requests this before the deposition is completed. Id. If a request is made, the deponent will have 30 days to review the transcript and make changes to it in either form or substance. Id. If changes are made, the deponent must provide and sign a statement of the reasons for the changes. Id. The parties can mutually agree on a time period that is longer or shorter than 30 days for the review, or the court may order that there be more/fewer than 30 days. Id. If neither party requests that the deponent be allowed to review the transcript or the deponent does not provide changes within 30 days, all objections to the transcript’s accuracy are waived. Id.

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