Inheritance Lawspace Wills


Any legally competent person over the age of 18 may make a will. Such a person is called a testator. He must be capable of understanding the nature and the legal consequences which ensue from the will.
There are a number of legitimate types of wills:
1) A will in the testator`s handwriting;
2) A will in the presence of two witnesses;
3) A will in the presence of an accepted authority such as a judge or registrar;
4) In special cases the will may be oral.
A testator is entitled to revoke a will made by him at any time but must do so in an unambiguous manner. A will is only revoked by a later will if the later will expressly revokes the former will or has contradictory provisions.
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