codicil

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codicil

Law a supplement modifying a will or revoking some provision of it
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"He showed it me; but that is not all -- there is a codicil, as I said just now."
Apart from the unexecuted codicil what is Geoffrey Delamayn's position in the will?"
"After the feeling that he has shown in the matter, I believe he would sign the codicil."
Now, I have only one thing more to say, you hammer- headed woman, and that is, that I haven't altogether made up my mind whether I might, or might not, have ever given you any trouble about the codicil. I think not; and that I should have been quite satisfied with knowing I had got the better of you, and that I held the power over you.
He said his policy would be "no to time limits or unilateral escape hatches or these kind of elaborate devices, glosses, codicils and so on which you could apply to the backstop".
Never again speak with one voice against the rising tide of crime, or the need to safeguard our NHS, or the importance of properly caring for our elderly, because we were too baaC busy taking lumps out of each other about Backstop codicils, regulatory alignment, transition periods and Canada Plus Plus Plus.
Various Lanarkshire legal firms are taking part in the initiative, which sees solicitors waive their fee for making basic wills and codicils for clients.
As the sale is shrouded in mystery due to NDAs, we are left to speculate, but there is evidence which suggests proposed buyers are inserting more codicils into their offers than a mobile phone contract.
Spoke very posh, finished sentences saying "don't you know?" He spoke of codicils and trusts, wherefores, and bequests, Something about due diligence, and residue of assets.
We refer to a newly minted set of penalty levels that independent insurance agents and brokers would face for violating some of the thousands of regulatory restraints and codicils in New York Insurance Law.
(1) the name of the decedent, the file number of the estate, the designation and address of the court in which the proceedings are pending, whether the estate is testate or intestate, and, if testate, the date of the will and any codicils;
The study is unlike the typical patronage study because of Queen BlancheAEs testament and codicils, in which she wrote in detail about the items in her collection and who would receive each item when she died.