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Power of appointment


The right to choose who receives the future interest in a trust or property devised by will. A power of appointment may be general (i.e., no restrictions on the potential appointees) or special (i.e., a limited class of potential appointees) and may be exercisable during the holder’s lifetime or only as a testamentary power.

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