Article 1131. Invalidity of the will.
1. In case of violation of the provisions of this Code, entailing invalidity of the will, depending on the grounds of invalidity, the will is invalid due to its recognition as such by the court (viable testament) or regardless of such recognition (insignificant testament). 2. A will may be declared invalid by a court at the request of a person whose rights or legitimate interests are violated by this will. Disputement of the will before the opening of the inheritance is not allowed. 3. Cannot serve as a basis for invalidity of the will of the clerical or other minor violations of the procedure for its preparation, signing or certification if the court determines that they do not affect the understanding of the will of the testator. 4. Both the will as a whole and the individual testamentary dispositions contained in it may be invalid. The invalidity of individual orders contained in a will does not affect the rest of the will, if it can be assumed that it would have been included in the will and in the absence of orders that are invalid. 5. The invalidity of a will does not deprive the persons specified in it as heirs or legatees, the right to inherit by law or on the basis of another, valid, will.
References to other articles of chapter 62. Inheritance by will: