Where it appears to
the Registrar that there is a prima facie evidence that the will is one to
which the Wills Act 1970 Part VI applies, the will may be admitted to proof
where the Registrar is satisfied that the will was signed by the testator or,
if unsigned, that it is in the testator’s handwriting.
[Rule 21 inserted: Gazette
20 October 1972 p. 4161; amended: Gazette 14 December 1979
p. 3876; 27 Nov 2009 p. 4788.]