Interests given by operation of law1, for example resulting uses and trusts arising under instruments taking effect before 16 July 19642, and rights of escheat in the case of persons who died before 1 January 19263, are not subject to the rule against perpetuities; and it seems that such rights of reverter as may arise under limitations of determinable fees or by the express or implied operation of a statute are not subject to the rule
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