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I [full name of testator] of [address of testator] revoke all former testamentary dispositions made by me[ to the extent that and so far only as they affect my property of every kind in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland] and declare this to be my last Will. [I also revoke all previous appointments of guardians of my minor children made by me before the date of this Will].
[Territorial scope, declaration of domicile and choice of law
[This Will shall affect only my property of every kind in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and no other part of my property of any kind outside the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.]
[I declare that I am domiciled in England.]
[I hereby declare that at the date of this Will I have British nationality, and that I choose the law of the England and Wales to govern my succession as a whole, to the intent that the law of England and Wales should be the applicable law of succession in relation to all my property wherever situated for the purposes of English law, and of EU Regulation Number 650/2012 and in particular Article 22 (choice of law) of such Regulation.]]
Appointment of executors and trustees
[name of spouse] [also] of [address of spouse]
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