Attestation Clause

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Attestation Clause

1. A clause in an insurance policy contract stating that representatives of the insurer must sign it in order for it to be effective.

2. A clause in a will stating the testator is legally able to execute the will and that he/she has abided by all laws and has signed the will in the presence of the appropriate number of witnesses.
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Since different phrases in the Attestation Clause drew upon
how each relevant phrase in the Attestation Clause was built upon a set
connecting a relevant phrase from the Attestation Clause to the
invested the Attestation Clause with a complex but coherent spirit--one
The beginning of the Attestation Clause places the preceding
coauthors for the attestation clause of the Articles of Confederation.
employed the phrase "done," as its attestation clause began,
assigned to draft an attestation clause for the Articles of
authors opened their attestation clause by declaring the Articles
author the attestation clause for the Articles, incidentally, it is
of the attestation clause that Morris and his coauthors presented to the
preceding the attestation clause, and the specific dates were written