A date error on the document has been discovered and is being corrected as we speak. The corrected document is posted online.
The Black's Law Dictionary describes a scrivenor's error as follows:
"clerical error. An error resulting from a minor mistake or inadvertence, esp. in writing or copying something on the record, and not from judicial reasoning or determination.
• Among the boundless examples of clerical errors are omitting an appendix from a document; typing an incorrect number; mistranscribing a word; and failing to log a call."
The fact that the old dates held over from the 3rd Dec plainly conflict with the notary date on the 4th Dec renders the error obvious. It certainly is within CW's purview to correct the clerical error. Such an obvious clerical error, according the courts that have addressed similar issues, does not invalidate the action taken. See, e.g., CHARLSON v. STATE DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY, 125 P.3d 672, 675 (Okla. 2005).