How is a will revoked?

A will is revoked by execution of a subsequent will that expressly revokes the previous will or part of the will. A will can also be revoked by a revocatory act such a burning, tearing or canceling the will by the testator. In addition, a will can be revoked if a subsequent will is inconsistent with a prior will.

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