WILLS ACT - 1971 (ACT 360)

    Section - 2 - Execution of a Will.

    (1) No will shall be valid unless it is in writing and signed by the testator or by some other person at his direction.

    (2) No signature shall be operative to give effect to any disposition or direction which is underneath or which follows it, or which is inserted after the signature has been made.

    (3) The signature of the testator shall be made or acknowledged by him in the presence of two or more witnesses present at the same time.

    (4) A signature by some other person at the direction of the testator shall be made by that other person in the presence of the testator and two or more witnesses present at the same time.

    (5) The witnesses shall attest and sign the will in the presence of the testator, but no form of attestation shall be necessary.

    (6) Where the testator is blind or illiterate, a competent person shall carefully read over and explain to him the contents of the will before it is executed, and shall declare in writing upon the will that he had so read over and explained its contents to the testator and that the testator appeared perfectly to understand it before it was executed.