A will is a legal document, or a testament. A will is a declaration made by a person (testator) about all his self earned property (either movable or immovable) in a document that provides description or details of each property and who will manage his/her estate or that property after his/her death. A will document is effective only after the death of a testator. It can be challenged in the court of law if the testator has executed that will due to undue influence, fraud, or mistake. The testator is not having a right to make will on ancestral property.
A registered will deed is valid legally.
Probate of the Will
Probate means to validate, a will to be proved before court of law. A proper procedure to be followed to prove that will is valid and it is the last will of the deceased person, and the court shall also believe that the will is not executed by force, or undue influence. The court should approve the will by considering that it is a legally valid document. A will does not have any legal effect until it is probated.