Published on 01 Mar 05
by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE
The common law rule known as the rule against perpetuities was developed by the English courts in the seventeenth century. It was one of a number of rules developed by the courts to restrict certain dispositions of property. The rule in its modern form is actually a rule against the remoteness of vesting so that the name 'rule against perpetuities' is to some extent inappropriate.
Neil is a Principal of Harwood Andrews Lawyers.
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