in perpetuity


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in perpetuity

Indefinitely; forever. Thanks to the generous donation, the painting will be held with the museum in perpetuity.

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

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

in perpeˈtuity

(formal) for all time in the future; forever: They do not own the land in perpetuity.

in perpetuity

For an indefinite period of time; forever.
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In particular, the recently approved "Provenance" field, providing a "statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the resource since its creation," will help ensure data integrity throughout its life cycle and, it is hoped, in perpetuity.
If an easement is extinguished, the conservation purpose may be treated as protected in perpetuity if (1) the restrictions ore extinguished by judicial proceeding and (2) all of the donee's proceeds from a sale or exchange of the properly are used by the donee in a manner consistent with the gift's conservation purpose.
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.
They need to be preserved in perpetuity, not just 50 years.
In addition, once a library purchases Springer's eBook collection, they own the book content for their use 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.
It's a way for us to have a seat at the table as a property owner with the opportunity to purchase land to preserve in perpetuity.
She continued, "Our partnership with The Volunteer Family provides MetroWest with a full range and continuum of giving options - from helping families find volunteer opportunities that will help MetroWest nonprofits, to managing complex funds to support organizations financially in perpetuity.
By turning the 145 acres into parkland, we are creating 500 acres of contiguous open space protected in perpetuity for the people of Los Angeles,'' said City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, who will dedicate the land.
delivered a keynote address where he announced the company's "Applications Unlimited" program, which will support and develop new versions of existing software in perpetuity in addition to the development and implementation of Fusion.
The letter states that the land proposed for the casino is owned by Tom Kelly and Bill Macaley, and is held in perpetuity to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.
Because only the investment income may be expended, the corpus portion of the endowed chair exists in perpetuity, creating a permanent means of supporting continued progress in a vital field of medical research.
But that involves hunting for the suitable property, doing environmental studies, making sure it has the right species on it and then guaranteeing that it will be maintained in perpetuity.
has exclusive license in perpetuity for technologies developed by Theracour Pharma for the five virus types: HIV, HCV, Herpes, Asian (bird) flu and Influenza.
We are pleased that this sale allows the state of California and the (Conservancy) to preserve this land in perpetuity as parkland for the people of California while simultaneously providing a satisfactory financial outcome for Washington Mutual,'' the company said in a statement.