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testamento hológrafo



holographic will


Definitions of holographic will


an entirely handwritten document that says what a person wants to be done with their assets after their death, and which has been signed by the person writing the will. The term is also sometimes used to refer to a will that a person has made by recording their wishes on audio or video tape (or similar), usually without a witness.

Two days after writing the short holographic will, Sullivan was found dead in his residence.