WILLS ACT - 1971 (ACT 360)

    Section - 6 - Armed Forces Wills.

    (1) Notwithstanding any provision of this Act to the contrary, any member of the Armed Forces of whatever age may, while engaged on active service, make a will in any of the following forms:-

    (a) written and unattested, if the material provisions and signature are in the handwriting of the testator;

    (b) written (whether or not in the handwriting of the testator) and attested by one witness;

    (c) orally before two witnesses.

    (2) Any beneficial disposition of or affecting any property other than charges or directions for the payment of any debt, given by a will made under this section to a witness to that will, shall be void unless the will is duly executed (if written) or witnessed (if oral) without his attestation and without that of any other such person.

    (3) A will made in accordance with this section shall remain valid even though the testator ceases to be a member of the Armed Forces.

    (4) A will made in accordance with this section may be revoked by another will made in accordance with this section or by any of the means of revocation provided in section 9.

    (5) A will made in accordance with this section may revoke an earlier will made by the testator in accordance with section 2.