A Will is a declaration made by a testator, in the form prescribed by law, as to how his property is to be distributed when he dies.
If the person making a Will is a man, he is called the testator ; and if a woman, a testatrix.
The Will authorises an executor (a man) or an executrix (a woman) to collect assets, pay off debts and divide the property according to the wishes of the deceased as stated in the Will.
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