The process of drawing up of a will is an act whereby the testator bestows his estate to the named beneficiaries. The proper execution of such document relates to its validity and may be contested when the testator is no longer alive.
The Law of Wills and Succession provides that no will is valid unless it is executed in the following manner:
The will has been properly executed, i.e signed at the end of every page by the testator or an individual acting on his behalf; which must be witnessed and attested for by a certifying officer and by 2 or more witnesses.
The presumption of due execution has been applied.
The testator must be a capable, mentally sound individual, and was acting of free will and under no duress.