By using on of many geojson tester on line, like https://geojsonlint.com/ or https://geojson.io/ (this is especially cool cause you can see the geometry in a map) you can receive this message “Invalid GeoJSON Line 51: Polygons and MultiPolygons should follow the right-hand rule”.
So what’s right-hand rule?
This rule state that in a valid geojson Polygon at least 4 points have to delimit a surface (they are 4 because the simplest shape is a triangle, and the first and the last points are identical) and they have to be sorted counterclockwise.
This rules come from the standard of geojson (https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7946).
In the standard a LineStrings is the name used for a linear ring, that’s a closed curve that represents the boundary of a surface or the boundary of a
hole in a surface.
At paragraph 3.1.6. the standard states that, for a Polygon, a LineStrings “MUST follow the right-hand rule with respect to the area it bounds, i.e., exterior rings are counterclockwise, and holes are clockwise.”
A visual explanation is here: https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/119150/order-of-polygon-vertices-in-general-gis-clockwise-or-counterclockwise
So, next time you face the right-hand rule error remember the you have to rewind (sort countuterclockwise) the external boundary. And also that, instade of boundary you can find the word ring.
An finally: that this rule is needed to avoid errors in the surface computation.