@article{Hoque_Modak_2023, title={Amendment to "Lindelöf with respect to an ideal" [New Zealand J. Math. 42, 115-120, 2012]}, volume={54}, url={https://nzjmath.org/index.php/NZJMATH/article/view/218}, DOI={10.53733/218}, abstractNote={<p>We give a counterexample in this amendment to show that there is an error in consideration of the statement "{\it if $f : X \to Y$ and ${\bf J}$ is an ideal on $Y$, then $f^{-1}({\bf J}) = \{f^{-1}(J) : J \in {\bf J}\}$ is an ideal on $X$}" by Hamlett in his paper "Lindelöf with respect to an ideal" [New Zealand J. Math. 42, 115-120, 2012]. We also modify it here in a new way and henceforth put forward correctly all the results that were based on the said statement derived therein.</p>}, journal={New Zealand Journal of Mathematics}, author={Hoque, Jiarul and Modak, Shyamapada}, year={2023}, month={Jun.}, pages={9–11} }