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codicil

Law a supplement modifying a will or revoking some provision of it
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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.
Although in principle, testaments and codicils need not differ in making bequests to different groups of legatees, in fact we observe such differences (Tables 2 and 3).
Ask the solicitor who prepared the codicils to act for your son, and stop worrying.
After the employee's financial future has been charted, the Ultimate Legal Plan(TM) also covers the legal services necessary to create the corresponding documents -- wills, trusts, codicils, etc.
When it metamorphoses into attacks by publicity, proxy statement codicils, and economic threats, it comes closer to zealotry.
1) By a subsequent inconsistent will or codicil, even though the subsequent inconsistent will or codicil does not expressly revoke all previous wills or codicils, but the revocation extends only so far as the inconsistency exists.
And another electoral disaster like 1994 will rob Senate Democrats of their ability to block even the most destructive codicils of the Contract With America.
Unless the court directs otherwise, the personal representative of a testate estate [begin strikethrough]shall[end strikethrough]must, upon written request, furnish a copy of the will and all codicils admitted to probate to any person on whom the notice of administration was served.
Those who sat out World War ll in far-flung country resorts did not face the long-term effects mentioned almost as codicils to last night's wake-up call.
In addition, she provides two catalogues of works of art collected and installed in the Ambrosiana by Borromeo, and in the appendices she publishes for the first time two codicils to Borromeo's will (from 1607 and 1611) concerning his donations of works of art to his pet institution and reprints the official act of donation of the Ambrosian Collection (1618).