Subject to the rules permitting the separation of any part of an appointment capable of being separated, the rejection of invalid restrictions, a valid further appointment1 or a valid confirmation2, the whole of any interest which is invalidly appointed under the rule against perpetuities goes to the persons entitled in default of appointment3. Where it becomes established that an appointment which has been treated as valid only by virtue of the Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 1964 must take effect, if at all, outside the perpetuity period, that Act provides that its
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