As used in sections 5815.13 , 5815.14 , and 5815.15 of the Revised Code, "power of appointment" means any power that is in effect a power to appoint, however created, regardless of the nomenclature used in creating the power and regardless of connotations under the law of property, trusts, or wills. The power includes but is not limited to powers which are special, general, limited, absolute, in gross, appendant, appurtenant, or collateral.
Cite as R.C. § 5815.12
History. Effective Date: 01-01-2007