The decedent received under the will of her husband a general testamentary power of appointment over a remainder interest. In her will she exercised the power, providing that any person benefiting under the power who in any manner should institute, encourage, or participate in proceedings for the avoidance of any part of the will should forfeit his right to any benefits from the power or from her estate. Held, exercise of a general testamentary power of appointment subject to a no-contest forfeiture provision is valid. Marx v. Rice, 1 N.J. 584, 65 A. (2d) 48 (1949).
John J. Gaskell,
POWER OF APPOINTMENT-VALIDITY OF EXERCISE SUBJECT TO A NO-CONTEST CLAUSE,
Mich. L. Rev.
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