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Codicil can refer to:

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ESIGN | Wills, Codicils, and Testamentary Trusts Exception (2025 words)
Wills, codicils, and testamentary trusts are documents used by an owner (donor or testator) of real or personal property to transfer that property from the testator to other persons or entities (beneficiaries) after the death of the testator.
The ESIGN exception for wills, codicils, and testamentary trusts means that when either of these documents is executed electronically or using an electronic signature, the document is not required to be accorded the same legal validity or effect as a paper document.
The ESIGN section 103 evaluation of the wills, codicils, and testamentary trusts exception is intended to evaluate the current status of the law and procedure regarding this issue, in preparation for a report to Congress on whether this exception remains necessary to protect consumers.
Codicils (440 words)
The use of codicils is further explained in Alterations to a Will in our on-line DIY Wills Guide, which you are advised to read.
This codicil can be used to appoint another executor, either because the original Executor has died or because you simply want to appoint someone else instead.
This codicil can be used to change a gift already left in your Will to a named person e.g.
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