Upon the petition of an interested person, a circuit court in the county or city in
which the affected property or the greater part of such property is located shall
reform a disposition in the manner that most closely approximates the transferor's
manifested plan of distribution and is within the 90 years allowed by subdivision
A 2, B 2, or C 2 of § 55.1-124 if:
1. A nonvested property interest or a power of appointment becomes invalid under § 55.1-124;
2. A class gift is not but might become invalid under § 55.1-124 and the time has arrived when the share of any class member is to take effect in
possession or enjoyment; or
3. A nonvested property interest that is not validated by subdivision A 1 of § 55.1-124 can vest but not within 90 years after its creation.
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