2. What is a Codicil?
A will can also be amended by executing a codicil. A codicil is a legal document that supplements a will. It is typically used when a testator wishes to make minor changes to their existing will by adding, amending, or revoking part of it. Although a codicil is executed in the same way as a will, it must explicitly reference the originl will to which it supplements. A codicil is defined as part of a will in s.2 of Wills Ordinance (Cap. 30).