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It is a provision that appears immediately below the testator's signature line and immediately above the signature lines for attesting witnesses. It usually recites in detail the statutory requisites for the execution of a will. It is prima facie evidence of the facts recited therein. It places the burden of proving the lack of any required formality on those contesting the will.

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