Nunc Pro Tunc

Lagoye v. Victoria Wood Condo. Ass’n, 112 S.W.3d 777 (Tex. App.—Houston [14th Dist.] 2003, no pet). (Judicial Errors)
When attorneys commit drafting errors, such as failing to include a party in the motion for summary judgment, and the trial court ultimately enters the orders, the drafting errors become part of the judgment of the court. As such, they are judicial errors, not clerical errors, and the trial court may not correct them in a nunc pro tunc order after its jurisdiction expires.