A treebank is an important resource for developing many NLP based tools. Errors in the treebank may lead to error in the tools that use it. It is essential to ensure the quality of a treebank before it can be deployed for other purposes. Automatic (or semi-automatic) detection of errors in the treebank can reduce the manual work required to find and remove errors. Usually, the errors found automatically are manually corrected by the annotators. There is not much work reported so far on error correction tools which helps the annotators in correcting errors efficiently. In this paper, we present such an error correction tool that is an extension of the error detection method described earlier (Ambati et al., 2010; Ambati et al., 2011; Agarwal et al., 2012).