When a testator by a will duly probated devises real estate situate in this state
to a trustee, for any purpose, with full power to convey all or any part thereof upon
the unanimous consent of all the children of the testator, and, after the death of
the testator, 1 or more of the surviving children die, the trustee or his successor
in office may exercise the power of sale and give valid and effectual conveyances
of the real estate upon the unanimous consent of all the children surviving at the
time of the exercise of the power.
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