If trusts and powers given to trustees on a strict settlement of real estate are barrable by a disentail, they may be limited to continue throughout the estate tail and to be exercised on the failure of issue in tail1. Trusts and powers which, although limited after an estate tail, are annexed to unbarrable prior limitations must, however, be confined to the perpetuity period. Thus a clause providing for entry and receipt of rents by trustees during the minority of equitable tenants in tail which takes effect by virtue of an implied estate anterior to that of the tenants
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