Literature and Language

The Difference Between

# What is the difference between violation and error?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### 11/17/2010

violation is an intentional act against any set social,religious or legal principles,rules,doctrines or law that invites punishment/fines.

Error is an unintentional act by over sight.

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