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     72-2-902. Validity. (1) The form of a will is valid, regardless of the place where it is made, of the location of the assets, and of the nationality, domicile, or residence of the testator, if it is made in the form of an international will complying with the requirements of this part.
     (2) The invalidity of the will as an international will does not affect its formal validity as a will of another kind.
     (3) This part does not apply to the form of testamentary dispositions made by two or more persons in one instrument.

     History: En. Sec. 2, Ch. 62, L. 1991.

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