Where the Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 2009 applies1, if it is apparent at the time an instrument takes effect or becomes apparent at a later time that the inclusion of certain persons as members of a class would cause an estate or interest to be treated as void for remoteness, and those persons are potential members of the class or unborn persons who at birth would become members or potential members of the class, from the time it is or becomes so apparent those persons must be treated for all the purposes of the instrument as excluded from the
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