olographic will

Definition of "olographic will"
  1. A document, specific to Louisiana law, entirely handwritten, signed and dated by its originator to serve as their will, with no requirement for notarization or witnesses
How to use "olographic will" in a sentence
  1. According to Louisiana law, Joe's olographic will was valid since it was handwritten, signed and dated properly.
  2. Mary decided to quickly draft an olographic will herself while she finalized her official will with her lawyer.
  3. In Louisiana, you don't need a lawyer or any other witnesses to make an olographic will.

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