1. A power to appoint which is exercisable by deed, by will, by deed or will, or otherwise,
in whole or to any extent in favor of the donee of the power, the donee's estate,
the donee's creditors, the creditors of the donee's estate, or others, is releasable,
either with or without consideration, by written instrument executed by the donee. If such instrument shall be executed and acknowledged in the manner provided for
the execution and acknowledgment of instruments affecting real estate and recorded
with the county recorder in the county in which the donee of the power resides or
the county of last residence of the donor of the power of the county in which any
real estate which may be subject to the power is located, such recording shall be
deemed a sufficient delivery of such release.
2. A power to appoint described in this section is releasable with respect to the
whole or any part of the property subject to such power and is also releasable in
such manner as to reduce or limit the persons or objects, or classes of persons or
objects in whose favor such power would otherwise be exercisable.
3. It is hereby declared that such releases are in accordance with the public policy
of this state and are valid and effectual when made.
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