3. The details of all relatives and the list of property bequeathed to each of them should be mentioned in the will.
4. The will can be changed as many times as the testator wants to. Once a fresh will is made, the previous one is automatically revoked.
5. If a will is registered, it cannot be tampered, destroyed, mutilated, lost or stolen. However, it can be modified only if such changes are also registered.