Article 1129. Emergency Testament.
1. A citizen who is in a position that clearly threatens his life and, due to the prevailing extraordinary circumstances, is deprived of the opportunity to make a will in accordance with the rules of Articles 1124-1128 of this Code, may state his last will regarding his property in simple written form. The statement of the citizen of the last will in simple written form is recognized by his will, if the testator in the presence of two witnesses personally wrote and signed a document, from which it follows that he is a will. 2. A will made in the circumstances specified in the first paragraph of clause 1 of this article shall become invalid if the testator does not use the opportunity to make the will in any other form provided for in Articles 1124-1128 of this Code within a month after the termination of these circumstances. 3. A will made in extraordinary circumstances in accordance with this article shall be executed only if the court confirms, at the request of interested persons, the fact of the making of the will in extraordinary circumstances. This requirement must be stated before the expiration of the period established for the acceptance of the inheritance.
References to other articles of chapter 62. Inheritance by will: