WILLS ACT - 1971 (ACT 360)

    Section - 3 - Executors and Witnesses.

    (1) Any person of or above the age of twenty-one years and having capacity to enter into a contract may be appointed an executor of a will.

    (2) Any person appointed by a will to be an executor may attest that will.

    (3) A creditor of the testator may be an attesting witness notwithstanding that by the will the property of the testator is charged with the payment of debts.

    (4) Any beneficial disposition of or affecting any property other than charges or directions for the payment of any debt, given by a will to a person who attests the execution of that will, shall be void unless the will is duly executed without his attestation and without that of any other such person.