animus testandi

Definition of "animus testandi"
  1. The mental intention of creating a will
How to use "animus testandi" in a sentence
  1. Without an animus testandi, a document may not be legally recognized as a will.
  2. The animus testandi is required to validate the creation of a will.
  3. She thought the document was a will, but it lacked the necessary animus testandi.

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