- testamentary trust,
Origin of testator
Examples from the Web for testator
I repeat that, in order to justify us in presuming the death of the testator, clear and positive evidence would be necessary.The Vanishing Man|R. Austin Freeman
A holographic or olographic will is a will which is wholly written in the testator's or testatrix's own hand.Commercial Law|Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
One is curious to know why the testator took such special interest in this singular relic.Cornish Worthies, Volume 1 (of 2)|Walter H. Tregellas
It will save a deal of trouble, if the young lady as represents the testator here has no objection.'Uncle Silas|J. S. LeFanu
A will has been defined to be a "disposition of real property to take effect after the death of the testator."
feminine testatrix (tɛˈsteɪtrɪks)
Word Origin for testator
mid-15c., from Anglo-French testatour (c.1300), from Late Latin testatorem, from testari (see testate).