The testator must be a person who is qualified to make a donation, by being an adult of sound mind. There are, however, two exceptions: a young testator who makes a will regarding his own funeral and burial, as long as this is within what is reasonable, and a weak-minded person making a will for charitable purposes, such as teaching the Qur’an or building a hospital.

The beneficiary of one’s will must not be an heir of the testator. If the beneficiary kills the testator, the will is rendered invalid.

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