Article 1125. Notarized testament.
1. A notarized will must be written by the testator or recorded by his notary. When writing or writing a will, technical means (electronic computer, typewriter and others) can be used. 2. A will written by a notary from the words of the testator must be completely read by the testator in the presence of a notary before his signing. If the testator is not able to personally read the will, his text shall be announced to him by the notary, which the corresponding inscription is made on the will indicating the reasons why the testator could not personally read the will. 3. The will must be personally signed by the testator. If a testator due to physical disability, serious illness or illiteracy cannot personally sign a will, at his request, it may be signed by another citizen in the presence of a notary. The will must indicate the reasons why the testator could not sign the will himself, as well as the name, first name, middle name and place of residence of the citizen who signed the will at the testator’s request, in accordance with the identity document of the citizen. 4. In the preparation and notarization of the will at the request of the testator, a witness may be present. If a will is drawn up and certified in the presence of a witness, it must be signed by him and the last name, first name, middle name and place of residence of the witness must be indicated on the will in accordance with the document certifying his identity. 5. The notary is obliged to warn the witness, as well as the citizen signing the will instead of the testator, of the need to keep the testament secret (article 1123). 6. When certifying a will, the notary must explain to the testator the content of article 1149 of this Code and make the appropriate inscription about it in the will. 7 .
References to other articles of chapter 62. Inheritance by will: