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A legally enforceable declaration directing the disposal of a deceased persons property. Also known as a will and testament.

A legal document specifying how an individual"s property is to be dealt with on his or her death and appointing Executors to carry out these instructions.

A document which sets out how a person wishes his/her estate or property to be dispersed after his/her death. The document must be signed by the testator/testatrix (the person making the will) in the presence of two witnesses who must also sign. An executor (female form executrix) or executors are appointed by the testator to ensure that his/her wishes are carried out.

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Will - A legally enforceable declaration directing the disposal of a deceased persons property. Also known as a will and testament.

A legal document specifying how an individual"s property is to be dealt with on his or her death and appointing Executors to carry out these instructions.

A document which sets out how a person wishes his/her estate or property to be dispersed after his/her death. The document must be signed by the testator/testatrix (the person making the will) in the presence of two witnesses who must also sign. An executor (female form executrix) or executors are appointed by the testator to ensure that his/her wishes are carried out.


Will : a legally enforceable declaration directing the disposal of a deceased persons property. also known as a will and testament.

a legal document specifying how an individual"s property is to be dealt with on his or her death and appointing executors to carry out these instructions.

a document which sets out how a person wishes his/her estate or property to be dispersed after his/her death. the document must be signed by the testator/testatrix (the person making the will) in the presence of two witnesses who must also sign. an executor (female form executrix) or executors are appointed by the testator to ensure that his/her wishes are carried out.