Attestation clause

A clause stating that a document has been executed ( www.practicallaw.com/0-107-6579) in the presence of one or more witnesses (who attest the execution). For example, attestation is required for:

The attestation clause confirms that the relevant requirement has been met.

Sometimes used loosely to refer to a testimonium (see Practice note, Execution of deeds and documents: Testimonium clauses ( www.practicallaw.com/0-380-8400) ).

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