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codicil

An amendment to a person’s previously executed will, which facilitates leaving a small donation to a particular cause or charity.
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A lack of knowledge and approval on the part of the testator of the contents of the 2000 Codicil and 2001 Will (if contrary to earlier finding, the testator possessed testamentary capacity); and
One of the hoped-for outcomes of such a codicil is that women would be elevated--and no doubt they would in fact.
As a codicil, the best lists are frequently competing publications, and their lists are down these days, with fewer fresh names added.
Through the arbitration of Moses, God and Israel reached an agreement to add a codicil (the Law) to the testament that God established in trust with Abraham and his descendant the Christ.
One spouse signed a codicil, leaving his community property to the children of the marriage, then died.
There are many ways to do it with a check, life insurance policy, pledge, or codicil in your will.
adding a codicil to the existing ECDA to dedicate federal funding to child care;
The federation and tax inspectors wanted a requirement that 50% of the budget be spent in Holland but gaining approval by the European Commission for this protectionist codicil, among other problems, took time, and uncertainty over the measure's future caused filming under the tax break system to come practically to a standstill.
Prior to his trip, he wrote a codicil to his will of October 13.
Reverie is the second codicil and the fifth project.
85] Among his famigliari accompanying the pallium from Rome, as the cardinal had requested in a codicil to his will, were Nicola Saraceni and the canon of Rouen, Robert Fortin.
It could still be added to a codicil to be developed once the convention comes into force.