As regards the validity in its creation of a general power1, the question whether the objects of the power can be ascertained within the perpetuity period or not does not arise2. The freedom of disposition and choice of alienee possessed by the donee is the same as if he were absolute owner3. Therefore, in the case of a general power, if the power is well created, the perpetuity period for the purpose of exercise of the power must be calculated not from the time of creation of the power but from the time of its exercise4. This holds good
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