The estate or interest which is the subject of the void limitation devolves as on failure of the limitation for other causes, for example in case of a settlement to the settlor or grantor1, and in case of a will, as on a lapse, to the residuary legatee or devisee2, or, if the limitation is itself of residue or there is no residuary gift, to the persons entitled as on intestacy3, and, in case of the exercise of a special power, to the persons entitled in default
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