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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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Qualified real property interest: To be a qualified real property interest, a conservation easement must be "a restriction (granted in perpetuity) on the use which may be made of the real property."
"To all intents and purposes, it would lock the UK into the Customs Union and Single Market in perpetuity. "Furthermore, the paper acknowledges that the proposal, if adopted, would preclude a free trade agreement with the United States, the world's biggest market.
Alvarez said the government has been providing incentives for 50 years, 'and we are among the most generous as we, for example, grant in perpetuity a 5-percent tax on gross income earned, in lieu of all taxes, including VAT [value-added tax] and local taxes.
You can chose to support our activities and growth in perpetuity with a gift to the endowment fund, or you can allocate your legacy gift to support specific areas of our work.
But according to Roque, the petitioners' allegations of unlimited martial law extensions were "mere surmises and conjectures and not supported by law and the Constitution." "Martial law in perpetuity is a scenario that neither the President, Congress or the Supreme Court will allow as it is patently unconstitutional," Roque said.
"protected in perpetuity." (1) This deduction has been one of
The appeals court recognized the code does not define the phrase "protected in perpetuity," but the Commissioner's regulations elaborate on the protected-in-perpetuity requirement:
Prof Martin Gill, of Perpetuity Research, a consultancy, said: "The findings are striking and suggest that organised crime is more prolific than many had estimated and the harms more serious than we thought.
Meanwhile, much of organised crime went undetected or was put in the "too difficult" to tackle category, the report by the Police Foundation and Perpetuity Research said.
mean The Dragoon its spirit, protected in perpetuity. David Jones " He praised the partnership and said the "substantial" Lottery grant received was "the result of creative thinking and a lot of hard work", adding: "It will mean The Light Dragoon story, and its spirit, will be protected in perpetuity.
The conservation easement runs with the land and the conservation purposes and restricted uses must be protected and enforced in perpetuity. Under the right circumstances, the contribution of a conservation easement can result in substantial tax savings without meaningfully affecting a taxpayer's ownership or use of the property.4
The law is based on English trusts, which differ from Waqfs in matters of perpetuity and ownership.
The California Supreme Court has said that it is against the policy of the law to create a perpetuity. However, the court will enforce a lease provision that grants a tenant the right to unlimited renewals, so long as the parties' intent to create that right is explicit and clear.
The estimated annual cost of this decision was approximately USD2.3 million in perpetuity. In addition, in December 2014, the Board voted to freeze the operating property tax levy with the College's calendar year 2013 levy.