codicil


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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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The existence of suspicious circumstances surrounding the execution of the 2000 Codicil & 2001 Will;
Throughout November, participating local solicitors are donating their services to wildlife and wetland conservation by drawing up basic wills or codicils for WWT supporters, free of charge.
She can either make a new will or write a codicil that is simply added on to the existing will.
Mrs John said she forged the addition to the will - a codicil - after the headmistress of her daughter's school was contacted by Melissa John to "have a chat about me".
AS A small codicil to the news that the Subway outlet will no longer be opening in Earlsdon.
It's not known if the pressmen agreed to such a codicil.
After all, there is nothing about the Trinitarian formula that prohibits a codicil.
You can write this in your will or add a codicil to your will if you have already written a will.
MAY I add a codicil to the Tata time line in Thursday's Birmingham Mail ?
A great codicil to his movie Super Size Me, Spurlock's book teaches and amuses the reader while warning about the dangers of fast food.
A codicil in the will states that the coach's cremated remains are to be placed in the handle of a curling rock.
But last night Mrs Shuck produced the deathbed codicil drafted by Mrs Loveridge just eight days before the pensioner died.