mystic will

Definition of "mystic will"
  1. A secret will that is signed, sealed, and given to a notary public by the person making it, with a signed statement asserting its validity. It's only legitimate in Louisiana under specific conditions
How to use "mystic will" in a sentence
  1. In Louisiana, she chose to arrange her affairs using a mystic will to maintain secrecy.
  2. The notary public witnessed the delivery of a mystic will, which was sealed by the testator.
  3. His decision to create a mystic will led to a series of legal discussions about its validity.

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