/ˈkɒd ə səl/
a supplement to a will, containing an addition, explanation, modification, etc., of something in the will.
any supplement; appendix.
late Middle English
commonly in plural only), equivalent to
a supplement modifying a will or revoking some provision of it
an additional provision; appendix
[C15: from Late Latin
literally: a little book, diminutive of
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Charitable bequests may be designed when a new will is executed, or added to an existing will through a codicil.
Charitable bequests may be designated when a new will is executed, or added to an existing will through a codicil.
Two days later he made a slight alteration in a codicil.
The respondent had prepared and was in possession of the client's will and a codicil, which named the respondent as executor.