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The new Will will revoke the old will. So, the old will is no longer legally valid once a new Will is made. There is no need to store the old invalid Will and it should be destroyed.
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It is no longer valid and storing it can cause a confusion at a later stage.
and the new will should also begin with a clause stating that it revokes all previous wills
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The old wills are destroyed and not stored.