WILLS ACT - 1971 (ACT 360)

    Section - 9 - Revocation of a Will.

    (1) A will may be revoked by tearing or other physical destruction by the testator or by some other person in his presence and by his direction with the intention of revoking it.

    (2) A will may be revoked by a written declaration of intention to revoke, executed in the same manner as a will.

    (3) A will may be revoked by the execution of another will which is expressed to revoke the previous will.

    (4) A will which is not expressed to revoke a previous will shall not be deemed to have revoked that previous will except to the extent that it is inconsistent with the previous will.

    (5) Where a testator destroys a will-

    (a) as a result of fraud or undue influence; or

    (b) under a mistake of fact or law intending to make some other disposition of his property which is not validly made, such destruction shall not be deemed to have revoked the will.