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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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"Leave-backing MPs voted to support alternative arrangements in NI but with grave misgivings about the whole agreement," Baker tweeted on Sunday morning, accusing May of co-opting "us into accepting everything but the backstop and, on the backstop, accepting a codicil".
Her year-older half-brother Saltonstall won a mile handicap off a mark of 98 at the Curragh on Sunday, though, and Prescott evidently thinks this is a good starting point in a bid to keep Codicil's unbeaten run intact.
That the testator lacked testamentary capacity at the time of signing the 2000 Codicil and the 2001 Will;
On Wednesday the Senate Finance Committee voted unanimously to expand trade with Russia while including an important human-rights codicil. If reluctant House Republicans now act, Vladimir Putin will have something to think about.
The suggested minimum donation is pounds 85 for a single will, pounds 125 for a pair of mirror wills or pounds 40 for a codicil (change) to an existing one.
A codicil looks at the great films of the genre by director.
If you have already prepared your will or trust, you may simply add to it to make a gift to the WHA through a codicil or an amendment.
Those who decide to take up the offer will be asked to consider making a donation to the trust of the suggested amount of pounds 75 for a single will, pounds 100 for a pair of mirror or matching wills and pounds 40 for a codicil.
By the time we were halfway, Bradshaw had recited to me verbatim the entire contents of his Last Will and Testament, but then added a codicil to the effect that the inscription on his headstone should read "I told him we were travelling too close to the edge".
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.