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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".
His diaries, which cover three expeditions, reveal an engagingly enthusiastic mind: his first outing was to examine an oilfield on the island of Seram, and not only was he pleased to discover that the island was 'geologically almost unknown', he didn't appear too distressed by the codicil: 'It was said that its inhabitants were still mainly head-hunters.'
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.