Attestation Clause

Attestation Clause (noun): A clause that is typically appended to a Will, often just below the place of the testator’s signature. This clause is used to certify that the person signed the Will or other document in front of one or more witnesses, and that it was executed according to the terms laid out in the Will or other document.

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