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    Moderator Jill on the A272's Avatar
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    Yes, I witnessed many wills when I worked in banking, nearly always covered over. Bank policy was to sign and also use the date stamp.

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    We did ours in each other’s presence and the witness to both our signatures was our solicitor who drawn up both mirror wills and the second witness was his p.a.
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    Witnesses to a testator's signature must not see the contents of a will. They might be beneficiaries or otherwise connected.
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    A beneficiary cannot witness a will in Canada or the US ............... so I checked online.

    They cannot witness a will in England either.

    An Executor can witness a will in England but only if not also a beneficiary

    In the US and Canada a beneficiary who witnesses a will could have his/her inheritance declared void.
    St Mary's Church, Bruera, Cheshire. This part of the church dates back to Norman times.
    Researching Cadd, Schofield, Cottrell in Lancashire, Buckinghamshire; Taylor, Park in Westmorland; Hayhurst in Yorkshire, Westmorland, Lancashire; Hughes, Roberts in Wales.

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