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1(of a will) accompanied by a witnesses' affidavit for which no oral testimony is needed to be admitted to probate.‘we recommend that all wills be self-proving’
- 1.1 Relating to an affidavit that makes a will self-proving.‘attached to the will offered for probate was a self-proving affidavit and certificate executed by the testatrix, the two witnesses to the will, and a notary public’
- ‘Texas has its own unique form of self-proving affidavit that must be used.’
- 1.1 Relating to an affidavit that makes a will self-proving.
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