Codicil appointing substitute executor on death of executor
A codicil is used to make changes to your existing Will. If an executor dies, you can use this codicil to appoint another person as a substitute. Your will remains unchanged in all other respects.
Please note that this document cannot be used if you already have five or more codicils to your Will. In that case, we recommend that you draft a new Will.
This document is suitable for use in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
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