testimonium clause

Definition of "testimonium clause"
  1. The part of a legal document, such as a deed, that confirms its authenticity, usually starting with 'In witness whereof'. It provides key details such as the date it was signed and the witnesses present
How to use "testimonium clause" in a sentence
  1. The testimonium clause in the contract indicated that it was signed on January 12th, with two witnesses present.
  2. The notary had to ensure the testimonium clause of the property deed was properly filled out with the correct date and witness details.
  3. A properly completed testimonium clause is essential for confirming the authenticity of the document.

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