The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has held that the donor-custodian of property transferred to a minor under the Pennsylvania Uniform Gifts to Minors Act does not retain a power of consumption merely because the Act authorizes use of the property by a custodian for the support of the minor with or without regard to his independent duty or the duty of any other person to support the minor.
Schwartz Estate, 449 Pa. 112, 295 A.2d 600 (1972).
Thomas A. Matis,
Estates - Election by Surviving Spouse - Power of Consumption - Inter Vivos Gift under Uniform Gifts to Minors Act,
Duq. L. Rev.
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