Boolean equation systems are sequences of least and greatest fixpoint equations interpreted over the Boolean lattice. Such equation systems arise naturally in verification problems such as the modal α-calculus model checking problem. Solving a Boolean equation system is a computationally challenging problem, and for this reason, abstraction techniques for Boolean equation systems have been developed. The notion of consistent consequence on Boolean equation systems was introduced to more effectively reason about such abstraction techniques. Prior work on consistent consequence claimed that this notion can be fully characterised by a sound and complete derivation system, building on rules for logical consequence. Our formalisation of the theory of consistent consequence and the derivation system in the proof assistant Coq reveals that the system is, nonetheless, unsound. We propose a fix for the derivation system and show that the resulting system (system CC) is indeed sound and complete for consistent consequence. Our formalisation of the consistent consequence theory furthermore points at a subtle mistake in the phrasing of its main theorem, and how to correct this.