perpetuity

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in perpetuity

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the totality of time without beginning or end

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the property of being perpetual (seemingly ceaseless)

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The trial court granted Symphony Space's motion, holding that the Rule against Perpetuities applied to the option and was violated by it.
The Court of Appeals turned first to the issue of whether the Rule against Perpetuities, as embodied in New York's statute, applies to commercial options.
Having affirmed that options generally are subject to the Rule against Perpetuities, the court then turned to whether the option in the instant case was exercisable beyond the perpetuities period.
Options to purchase land were first held subject to the Rule against Perpetuities in 1882.
At its core, the Rule against Perpetuities, like other rules that share its common law roots,(68) was originally concerned that property not be made inalienable for an unreasonable length of time.
Claim 1: An insurer holding only taxable perpetuities should switch to exempt perpetuities as soon as |Delta~ becomes positive, that is, as soon as there is a cost advantage of doing so.
T~(|Delta~) = the value of the option to switch from taxable to new exempt perpetuities, given that the insurer holds taxables,
E~(|Delta~) = the value of the option to switch from new exempt to taxable perpetuities, given that the insurer holds new exempts,
OE~(|Delta~) = the value of the option to switch from old exempt to taxable perpetuities, given that the insurer holds old exempts,