It is true that a man is permitted to exercise it in his testamentary dispositions, but it is scarcely ever acted upon.
The blessings of his purchase in the first ages were, even as in the last, testamentary.
He, moreover, forbade his testamentary executors to call in these debts.
I sat down this morning and put on paper my testamentary meaning.
A married woman can not accept a testamentary executorship without the consent of her husband.
Still, testamentary power did not come as soon as other rights.
Even then, he evidently anticipated, that it might cease to be; and shaped his testamentary provisions accordingly.
These are called guardians by statute, or testamentary guardians.
This right and duty became a jurisdiction in all testamentary causes.
(b) testamentary and in regard to succession from intestates.