California Laws of Interest to Women and Children

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Superintendent State Printing, 1912 - 184 pages
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Page 39 - Every will, other than a nuncupative will, must be in writing, and every will, other than an olographic or a nuncupative will, must be executed and attested as follows: (1) it must be subscribed at the end thereof by the testator himself; (2) the subscription must be made in the presence of the attesting witnesses...

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