in perpetuity


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in perpetuity

for an indefinitely long period of time; eternally. My trust fund generates income in perpetuity. The right for the road to cross my land was granted in perpetuity to the county.

in perpetuity

(slightly formal)
forever The land was given to the university in perpetuity.

in perpetuity

For all time, forever, as in This land was given to the state in perpetuity. [First half of 1400s]

in perpetuity

For an indefinite period of time; forever.
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Pappas was based on allowing residents and nonprofit groups to use the facility in perpetuity.
While the corporate advantages of central storage were inarguable, it was important to establish the difference between the administration of "active storage" to meet day-to-day business demands and that required for the archive management of content intended for retention in perpetuity.
If the property is encumbered, no deduction is allowed unless the mortgagee agrees to subordinate his or her rights in the property to the right of the donee to enforce the conservation purposes in perpetuity.
s incorporation on July 21, 1993) with Maxon whereby Maxon licensed to it in perpetuity all of the rights (the "intangible assets") relating to its programs in "high temperature vitrification systems," and transferred to Seiler International its rights under certain consulting, supply and research agreements (the "agreements") for the territories of: Germany, Austria, Italy, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The lower site will be preserved in perpetuity, and artifacts are being collected from the upper site, a terrace above the riverbed.
By donating a conservation easement in perpetuity to a qualified organization such as Preservation Easement Trust, Inc.
Whatever the reason, there are several advantages to setting aside land in perpetuity.
Such royalties, which run in perpetuity, relate to the use by Semi-Tech and Semi-Tech Related Entities of the "SINGER" name and trademarks ("SINGER Marks").
Upon completion and installation, the 9/11 Flight Crew Memorial will be donated to the City of Grapevine and become part of the Grapevine Public Art Program where it will be cared for in perpetuity.
My position has always been to save as much land as possible in perpetuity.
The public amenities will be funded and maintained in perpetuity by the developer.
has exclusive license in perpetuity for technologies developed by Theracour Pharma for the five virus types: HIV, HCV, Herpes, Asian (bird) flu and Influenza.
They need to be preserved in perpetuity, not just 50 years.
Sallie Mae is the principal sponsor of the Conference and has established a $2 million endowment fund that will enable the program to be offered to students in perpetuity.
In pamphlets used to solicit investors, the casino was to be built on Oat Mountain, on land co-owned by Kelly and held in perpetuity by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.