Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
A power of appointment that can be exercised for the benefit of anyone, including the power-holder himself. Technically, a power to appoint to anyone, but only in one’s will, is a general power — although, naturally, the power-holder can’t appoint to himself in this case.
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