WILL is the legal declaration of the intention of a person with respect to his property, which he desires to take effect after his death. -is an untitled document which state after the death of a person making the deposition.It can be revoked , modify or substituted by the person executing the Will at any point of time during his/her life time. -for executing the Will the person must be fully competent, has to be signed by the executor of the Will and has to be attested by at least two witnesses. -Will under law is not required to be compulsory registered. On the death of you, an executor of the Will or an heir of the deceased testator can apply for probate. The court will ask the other heirs of the deceased if they have any objections to the Will. If there are no objections, the court will grant probate. A probate is a copy of a Will, certified by the court. In case any objections are raised by any of the heirs, a citation has to be served, calling upon them to consent. This has to be displayed prominently in the court. Thereafter, if no objection is received, the probate will be granted. It is only after this that the Will comes into effect.