Assuming the limitation is valid as regards the quantum of interest limited, it may be invalid on either of two grounds:
(1) that the description of the alienee is such that he may not necessarily be in existence and ascertainable within the perpetuity period1; or
(2) that, apart from the description of the alienee (who may be a living person in this case)2, the events which must happen in order to render the estate or interest ready to come into possession at once, subject to the determination of prior estates and interests, are such that they may not necessarily
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