Local Gov't Code Section 232.011
(a)The commissioners court may approve and issue an amending plat, if the amending plat is signed by the applicants and filed for one or more of the following purposes:
(1)to correct an error in a course or distance shown on the preceding plat;
(2)to add a course or distance that was omitted on the preceding plat;
(3)to correct an error in a real property description shown on the preceding plat;
(4)to show the location or character of a monument that has been changed in location or character or that is shown incorrectly as to location or character on the preceding plat;
(5)to correct any other type of scrivener or clerical error or omission of the previously approved plat, including lot numbers, acreage, street names, and identification of adjacent recorded plats; or
(6)to correct an error in courses and distances of lot lines between two adjacent lots if:
(A)both lot owners join in the application for amending the plat;
(B)neither lot is abolished;
(C)the amendment does not attempt to remove recorded covenants or restrictions; and
(D)the amendment does not have a material adverse effect on the property rights of the other owners of the property that is the subject of the plat.
(b)The amending plat controls over the preceding plat without the vacation, revision, or cancellation of the preceding plat.
(c)Notice, a hearing, and the approval of other lot owners are not required for the filing, recording, or approval of an amending plat.
Section 232.011 — Amending Plat,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.232.htm#232.011 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).