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testimonium clause

noun tes·ti·mo·ni·um clause \ˌtes-tə-ˈmō-nē-əm-\

Legal Definition of testimonium clause

  1. :  the authenticating clause of an instrument (as a deed) that typically begins “In witness whereof” and furnishes such information as when it was signed and before what witnesses

Origin and Etymology of testimonium clause

Latin testimonium testimony

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