4. As it relates to powers of appointment, the “5/5 power is ,A. Irrelevant.,B. Relevant only with respect to general powers of appointment.,C. Relevant only with respect to special powers of appointment. ,D. Depending on the provisions of the will, relevant with respect to both general and special powers of appointment. ,,
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