[ UK /tɛstˈe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
  1. a person who makes a will
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How To Use testator In A Sentence

  • I conceive that the promise would not be binding for want of a previous request by the testator.
  • Nobody has any statutory power to appoint an executor or administrator of a will, except a testator, sir.
  • A very great one," replied Parlamente, "when the testator is in his sound senses, and not raving. The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre
  • It was admitted, that in case the guardians should misbehave, the Court might interpose, upon a presumption, that the testator himself would not have entrusted the guardians with this power, had he foreseen they would have abused it.
  • But if the testator himself manumits him in his lifetime, he may use his own discretion about acceptance; for he is not The Institutes of Justinian
  • In some cases, no doubt, the exclusion of the testator's immediate family from a Will may be evidence of an unsound mind, or of lack of understanding or approval.
  • An unknown proportion of the bequests of land in the Bedfordshire wills may refer to property which was devisable by custom: the Bedfordshire testators were not scrupulous about recording the tenure of the property they bequeathed.
  • It, also, is a duty to take care to ensure that effect is given to the testator's testamentary intentions.
  • The testator is a man of ample means, without any responsibilities to fetter his movements, and has been in the constant habit of traveling, often into remote and distant regions. The Eye of Osiris
  • He enclosed a copy of the will, the original conveyance to the testator and the two deeds of gift.
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