The first part of the comment considers the elevation sections of the statute-sections that change the donee's interest in the appointive or dispositive property to a fee for the benefit of creditors. The second part considers the execution sections of the statute-sections that subject the execution of powers to conveyancing requirements. These sections are of the utmost significance to estate planners.
Robert A. Smith S. Ed.,
Property - Powers - State Powers Statutes Protecting Creditors and Requiring Formal Execution,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol58/iss5/5