Rather than written out by the individual, they were often written out by a notary and signed by the dying person, or instead dictated - known as a nuncupative
A century and a half later, the statutory provision for nuncupative wills disappeared in England.
As of 1960, forty-two American states warranted nuncupative wills.
Sir David Kirke's nuncupative
will is dated January 28, 1654 (TNA PROB 11/ 240 f.
The second section is a fascinating and careful exploration of issues of mental capacity and coercion, particularly surrounding nuncupative
It is clear that if we use the primitive and nuncupative
epics as our basis, so not most but all of epics heroes will call worthy in their experiences and facing with problems.
Yet 32% of respondents reported scores above the midpoint (> 5 on 1-10 scale) for at least one of the nuncupative
Gray, acknowledging the relevance of Milton's nuncupative
will and "miscommunication with his daughters," argues that Milton mattered to Eliot because he "was repeatedly stymied in his attempts to transmit his ideas as he would have preferred" (135).
Two thousand women ages 18 through 35 underwent live personal individualized nuncupative
interviews as to their most preferred aromas.
The Code of Civil Procedure also recognizes nuncupative
Actually, the elegant Michaels has upped his nuncupative
game this season.
92) At six o'clock that same evening, perhaps right after the funeral, Alice sent for Thomas Stallard, Doctor of Divinity, William Horne, and "divers others" (apparently several female servants), and made her nuncupative