codicil

A legal document by which a person amends his / her will

Codicil

• (n.) A clause added to a will.
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codicil

noun a supplement to a will; a testamentary instrument intended to alter an already executed will
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Codicil

[will] A codicil is a document that amends, rather than replaces, a previously executed will. Amendments made by a codicil may add or revoke small provisions (e.g., changing executors), or may completely change the majority, or all, of the gifts under the will. Each codicil must conform to the same legal requirements as the original will, s...
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Codicil

Cod'i·cil noun [ Latin codicillus , dim. of codex : confer French codicille . See Code .] (Law) A clause added to a will.
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Codicil

A document on which changes or additions are made to an existing signed will. Both the will and the... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/codicil.htm?id=264&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of codicil'>more</a>
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Codicil

A document that changes some parts of a Will but does not cancel it altogether.
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Codicil

a document that modifies some part of a will but does not revoke it.
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Codicil

A document used to add to, alter or remove parts of an existing Will. A codicil must be executed in the same way as a Will, (signatures and witnesses etc.).
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Codicil

A document, usually short, which (when properly executed) amends the terms of an existing will.
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Codicil

A supplement or addition to a will that explains, modifies, or revokes a previous will provision or that adds an additional provision. A codicil must be signed and witnessed with the same formalities as those used in the will's preparation.
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Codicil

A supplement or addition to a will. A codicil may explain, modify, add to, subtract from, qualify, alter, or revoke existing provisions in a will. Because a codicil changes a will, it must be signed in front of witnesses, just like a will.
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Codicil

A supplement or an addition to a will, executed with the same formalities as a will, that normally d
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codicil

a supplement to a will
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codicil

a supplement to a will
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Codicil

A written change or amendment to a will.
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Codicil

An addendum signed and executed which amends or adds something to a will
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Codicil

An amendment to a will.
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Codicil

Is a supplement or appendix to a will that adds or subtracts provisions or makes clarifications to the document.
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Codicil

It is an addition, substraction, deletion or revoking or any amendment in form of written document along with the original will.It saves the will maker to remake the will, though the execution of this additional supplement has to be solemnised in the same manner as the original Will. The document needs to be signed , dated and refered to the origin...
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codicil

supplement to a will
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codicil

The only legal document that can change a will. It is a supplement to a will, adding, taking from, or altering the will's provisions. It must be executed with the same formalities as a will.
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codicil

[n] - a supplement to a will
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