Definition of Rule against perpetuities

1. Noun. (legal singulare tantum) The rule that prevents a testator or other transferor of property from controlling further transfer of his property more than twenty-one years after the death of anyone alive at the time of the original transfer who may have some interest in the transfer. ¹



2. Noun. (legal countable by extension) Any rule that prevents a testator or other transferor of property from controlling further transfer of his property beyond a certain length of time. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rule Against Perpetuities

ruinousness
ruinousnesses
ruins
ruitenbergite
ruizite
rukh
rukhs
rulable
rule
rule-based
rule-book
rule-books
rule-governed
rule-of-thumb
rule OK
rule against perpetuities
rule book
rule books
rule in
rule nisi
rule of bigeminy
rule of coss
rule of cy pres
rule of evidence
rule of grammar
rule of law
rule of morphology
rule of nines
rule of outlet
rule of reason

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