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troubleinparadise wrote: »
And again, the point of being a witness is to attest that the person signing their will knows and understands what is in it, and that they weren't under any coercion. Otherwise she shouldn't have witnessed, unless she too was being coerced (and that wouldn't necessarily mean that the person forcing the coercion had to be present in the room anyway).
getmore4less wrote: »
The witness is to witness that the signature is by the testator.
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