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The centuries-old common law rule against unreasonable restraints on alienation of property discourages limitations on the free exchange or transfer of property as a brake on the efficient allocation of resources. This principle underlies the common law rule against perpetuities, providing that interests must vest within 21 years of a life in being at the time of interest creation.

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