That she was subjected to undue influence in the making of the relevant Wills and Codicils; and
That Betty lacked the necessary knowledge of the contents of, and therefore did not approve of, the relevant Wills and Codicils.
Camillo Beneimbene, a prominent Roman citizen and Priore delli Caporioni in 1482, was also the Massimi's notary by 1493 (see appendix 1, wills 1, 3, and 4; second codicil).
Beneimbene recorded d'Estouteville's plans for burial in that church in will 3 and in the codicil, and he made out will 1 for Santa Maria Maggiore in which there is no mention of a tomb at all.
The first distinction is made between testaments and codicils
: wills may nominate one or several heirs to the estate, i.e.
[sections] 732.505 concerns the inconsistencies in subsequent wills or codicils
that occur when the subsequent writings do not expressly revoke the original will or codicil
, and in such event "revocation extends only so far as the inconsistency exists."(38) Paragraph two of F.S.
A simple codicil
is usually all that is required to achieve this, and the results are of lasting significance.
That was eventually reduced to two: wills and codicils
There are also codicils
which the public at large may still be unaware of: "Charlotte did finally marry during the final nine months of her life, but died during pregnancy," notes Polly.
I then consulted a solicitor who assured me the wills were all right but, on his advice, we made codicils
removing the company as executors and replacing them with our son.
In addition, she provides two catalogues of works of art collected and installed in the Ambrosiana by Borromeo, and in the appendices she publishes for the first time two codicils
to Borromeo's will (from 1607 and 1611) concerning his donations of works of art to his pet institution and reprints the official act of donation of the Ambrosian Collection (1618).
Those who sat out World War ll in far-flung country resorts did not face the long-term effects mentioned almost as codicils
to last night's wake-up call.