Posted by Laura W on November 26, 1997 at 13:34:59:
In response to Perpetuities, written by Constanza on November 26, 1997 at 10:31:59
] The development of the rule was initially common law based culminanting in the House of Lords decision in Cadell v. Palmer (1833).
So if it was a common law rule before 1833, an entail which was created up to 100 years earlier might not have had to adhere to the rule when it was created. However, since the concept had been around for 500 years before that, isn't it likely that a solicitor employed to draft the legal paperwork would do his best to avoid running afoul of the rule?
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