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July 15, 2014


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Bill Turnier

Some avoid the perpetuities issue by selecting an excessively long term of years such as 360 years. That would take us back to 1664 if we look backwards. Now imagine how different our times are from those and try to project 360 years into the future. Lengthy measurable periods of time such as 360 years or 999 years as another state uses are almost as much of an encumbrance as is a perpetual period. The issue extends well beyond perpetuities.


LOL,Al. I was wondering about that photo...

Ann Tweedy

This sounds like a very interesting read. Thanks for posting about it.

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