Please give us more detail as to your question about Errors in the tree.
what errors for what person? on what url?
'Yes', that is correct, there are MANY "Errors" in 'Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
And, there are also "Errors" in some the various Records in 'FamilySearch'
WHAT are you specifically refencing when yo say, "ERRORS IN CURRENT TREE"?
my tree goes back to 1570.the tree on the LDS site DOES NOT GO THAT FAR, THE REASON IS IN INPUTTED THE WRONG NAMES, AND IT WILL NOT LET ME CORRECT THEM, EVERY TIME I DELETE A NAME IT RETURNS ,
keep in mind this is a "collaborative" database
not one where each person has their own private tree.
can you point us at the specific record that you are having issues with?
do you know the "PID" (ID number) ?
'Yes', principally, you CANNOT "Delete" the individuals/persons.
Especially, if you where NOT the User/Patrons who "Created" them.
And, regardless, if ANY other User/Patron has had input in those individuals/persons, you CANNOT "Delete" them.
The ONLY available options are, either,
(1) "Remove"/"Replace", the "Relationship" with others (ie. "Couple"; or, "Parent-Child"); or,
(2) "Merge"/"Combine", with another/other "Duplicate" ("Deceased") individual(s)/person(s).
I am not questioning your research ability here, with this next comment ...
Just 'food for thought' ...
That said ...
HOW do you know that your (personal) 'Tree' is CORRECT?
As opposed to, what you consider may be your "Ancestral" lines (ie. "Branches") in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'!
Are in individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' that appear to be your "Ancestral" lines, well "Sources" and "Documented, or not?
None of us are perfect ... we all make mistakes ... especially 'yours truly' ...
Does what you have, in your (personal) 'Tree', correspond with OTHER (personal) 'Trees', on the likes of, "Ancestry_com"; and, "My Heritage_com"; and, the like?
But, remember, they are not always perfect either; and, may be just "Copying" each other, without the research - they are ONLY a "Guide"; but, if they are well "Sourced" and "Documented" them they may be of benefit.
"Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' is far from perfect.
As I initially indicated, there are MANY "Errors" in 'Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' - it a GIGANTIC single 'Tree' of well over 1 BILLION individuals/persons.
We can only do our best.
If you need any further advice, let us know.
We do not have our OWN "Tree" in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
We ONLY have "Branches" (ie. Ancestral" lines), that are interconnected, in this SINGLE "One" World "Tree", for all of us, that is "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
"Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' is NOT like 'On-Line' "Websites" (eg. "Ancestry_com"; or "MyHeritage_com"; or, the like); and/or, 'standalone' personal (computer) programmes (eg, the OLD, now no longer supported, "PAF"; or, "Ancestral Quest"; or, the like).
We DO NOT have "Private"/"Personal" 'Trees' in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' like other 'On-Line' "Websites"; and/or, 'standalone' personal (computer) programmes.
We do not even, own; or, manage; and, are NOT even responsible for, the "Deceased" individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
"Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' is built on a "Open Edit" Platform - hence, why any registered User/Patron can "Edit" (ie. Add, Delete; and/or, Change) ANY "Deceased" individual/person in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
I hope this helps.
Before trying to delete or move a record in the single, shared, FS FamilyTree where everyone is working, please do the following:
Some people don't do this and just go in and change conclusions (e.g., the values of vitals and the relationships with others) with no documented reasons for doing so. This can blow away years of correct work that has been done by others.
Just make sure that the things you are "Correcting" are not already correct in the FS FamilyTree. Every change to the tree should make it more correct and accurate. If you are not doing this, and not providing appropriate evidence, you are likely to be making a lot of other workers on the tree upset.