2021 Colorado Code
Title 15 - Probate, Trusts, and Fiduciaries
Article 11 - Intestate Succession and Wills
Part 10 - International Wills
§ 15-11-1005. International Wills - Other Points of Form

Universal Citation: CO Code § 15-11-1005 (2021)
  1. All the signatures shall be placed at the end of the will. If the will consists of several sheets, each sheet must be signed by the testator or, if he is unable to sign, by the person signing on his behalf or, if there is no such person, by the authorized person. In addition, each sheet must be numbered.
  2. The date of the will shall be the date of its signature by the authorized person. Such date shall be noted at the end of the will by the authorized person.
  3. The authorized person shall ask the testator whether he wishes to make a declaration concerning the safekeeping of his will. If so and at the express request of the testator, the place where he intends to have his will kept shall be mentioned in the certificate provided for in section 15-11-1006.
  4. A will executed in compliance with section 15-11-1004 shall not be invalid as an international will merely because it does not comply with this section.

History. Source: L. 89: Entire part added, p. 812, § 1, effective April 17.

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