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Three sample trust saving clauses for a will: Adding Remainder Interest to Other Trust, Rule Against Perpetuities, and Undisposed-of Share
Estates & Trusts
Stocker and Rikoon on Drawing Wills and Trusts (13th Edition)
PLI Item #:
"trust saving clauses for a will"
"Adding Remainder Interest to Other Trust"
Rule Against Perpetuities
part or share of any trust
upon the death of any beneficiary
payable to any person
principal of such other trust
than twenty-one (21) years after the death of the last to die
income beneficiary of that trust
the occurrence of any contingency
in default of issue
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