Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to codicil

a supplement to a will

Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Various Lanarkshire legal firms are taking part in the initiative, which sees solicitors waive their fee for making basic wills and codicils for clients.
Steve Baker, the vice-chairman of the hard Brexit European Research Group, said there was "trouble ahead" if May was prepared to accept only an attachment to the withdrawal agreement, or codicil.
Sir Mark Prescott doesn't have many debut juvenile winners, but Codicil scored on her first outing over 7f at Kempton in June by a head and then proceeded to win three more, all in photo-finishes.
Donal has contended that this writing is a codicil and, at trial, presented supporting testimony from five witnesses familiar with Declans handwriting and signature.
Instruments dated March 26, 2014 and April 28, 2014 were on the 13th day of January 2017 admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament and Codicil No.
Surely, the 70s and 80s are too recent to have much cachet and some of the others must need a codicil or two before travellers are blasted into the past.
The first is to execute a codicil, which is a document that effects changes you wish to make.
Having registered Cyprus Wills at considerable cost, again, law changes suggest that at additional cost, I now have to submit a 'codicil' in order to protect against archaic Cyprus laws regarding inheritance.
Vickery J was satisfied on the evidence as a whole that Betty had testamentary capacity at the time she gave instructions for and executed the 1999 Will and the March 2000 Codicil. His Honour was satisfied that the circumstances surrounding the preparation and execution of the 1999 Will and the March 2000 Codicil were consistent with them having been obtained by undue influence on the part of the Knaggs.
3 HORSE MONEY (Pedro Costa) The Portuguese director's ghostly codicil to his Fontainhas trilogy transpires in the catacombs of memory.
QA relative's will and codicil which concerns me was dated incorrectly and the witness was not present when the will was signed.
Edits can be made without the need to re-sign a will, but such documents are not an official codicil or amendment to the will.
The guide donation is PS90 for a single will, PS135 for a pair of 'matching' wills and just PS40 for a codicil or alteration to an existing will.
Under the structure of the will that Edward Scripps left in place when he died in 1926, was a codicil that the trust that controlled Cincinnati's E.W.