Doctrine of Selective Allocation

Doctrine of Selective Allocation

Definition

Provides that if a holder of a power of appointment combines his own property with the property over which he holds the power of appointment, the appointive property is allocated to the powerholder’s dispositions in the manner that gives maximum effect to the dispositions.

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