attestation clause

Definition of "attestation clause"
  1. A section at the end of a legal document or a will that confirms that all legal conditions within the document have been fulfilled, and everything stated within it is accurate
How to use "attestation clause" in a sentence
  1. To finalize her new will, Jessica made sure the attestation clause was properly signed.
  2. Without a signed attestation clause, the validity of the contract could be disputed.
  3. An improperly executed attestation clause can lead to serious legal complications.

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