Washington Law Review
Does Washington Law Require Testator to Sign His Will in Presence of Attesting Witness?
It will be observed that while the statute does not, in terms, require testator to sign in the presence of the attesting witness, it does not mention acknowledgment as a mode of execution. What does "attestation" mean? Webster says that "the subscription of a name to a writing as a witness" is an attestation.
Ivan W. Goodner,
Notes and Comments,
Does Washington Law Require Testator to Sign His Will in Presence of Attesting Witness?,
6 Wash. L. Rev.
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