Editors’ Note: This article has been updated to reflect a Correction.

While many practitioners have either never understood, or (if they did) would prefer to forget, the Rule Against Perpetuities, the ancient doctrine, embodied in EPTL §9-1,1 is alive and well, and the subject of considerable pending civil litigation in New York.

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