- This is a power, such as the power of sale, given to an individual who doesn't have a stake in the property the power is associated with. This individual could be an executor who isn't a beneficiary under the will
- The trustee was given the naked power to sell assets to pay off the estate's debts.
- With the grantor's death, the personal representative held a naked power of sale.
- Through the will, non-heirs can also be furnished with the naked power to manage property.