You are still obligated on the order. In terms of correcting the order, you can simply notify SCU of the discrepancy or file a petition & get the Magistrate to amend the order. In any event, should you have further questions, I encourage you to contact a Bronx Co. Family Law attorney.
This is a minor clerical error with no effect on the order.
When people talk about technicalities in the law this is not what they mean.
Here is an article on such mistakes - blue link below - in a slightly different context:
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You still have to pay.
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Unless they got the wrong person because of it, you are still on the hook.
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