16 Revocation

A valid will, or part of a valid will, may be revoked, but only by one of the following means:

(a)

the will-maker makes a later valid will; or

(b)

the will-maker writes a document that—

(i)

makes clear his or her intention to revoke the will or the part; and

(ii)

complies with section 11; or

(c)

the will-maker marries or enters a civil union and the will or the part is not saved by any of section 18(2) to (4); or

(d)

the revocation is done under section 34(2); or

(e)

the will-maker, with the intention of revoking the will or the part, destroys the will or the part; or

(f)

the will-maker, with the intention of revoking the will or the part, directs another person to destroy the will or the part in the will-maker’s presence; or

(g)

the will-maker does anything else in relation to the will that satisfies the High Court that the will-maker intended to revoke the will; or

(h)

the revocation is declared valid under section 14.

Compare: Wills Act 1837 s 20 (UK)