If, at the end of the one hundred fifty years following the effective date of an instrument
creating a trust, any of the trust assets have not by the terms of the trust instrument
become distributable or vested, then the assets shall be distributed as the superior
court having jurisdiction directs, giving effect to the general intent of the creator
of the trust or person exercising a power of appointment in the case of any further
trust or other disposition of property made pursuant to the exercise of a power of
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