Exclusive Power of Appointment

Exclusive Power of Appointment

Definition

Also known as limited power of appointment, the ability of the person holding the power of appointment (the donee) to appoint the donor’s property among the class of permissible appointees in any way the donee prefers, including by excluding a certain member of the class.

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