- Legal resources in plain English Home > Legal Definitions

Rule Against Perpetuities

(n) Rule against perpetuites is the provision which prohibits endless or prolonged tying up of property rights with an intention to keep the property as a perpetual one. For example a title deed containing a clause which says the property cannot be sold to anybody other than his or her siblings. Home
About us | Contact us | Privacy | Terms of service

2004 - 2007 All rights reserved