rule against accumulations


rule against accumulations
A rule rendering an accumulation of income beyond the period of perpetuities void

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • rule against accumulations — A principle that prohibits adding income or interest earned by a trust back into the principal of the fund beyond the time allowed by the rule against perpetuities. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. rule against… …   Law dictionary

  • rule against accumulations — A rule based on the English statute known as the Thelluson Act or on equivalent laws enacted in other jurisdictions rendering nugatory provisions for the accumulation of the rents and profits of property beyond a certain period provided by the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • rule against perpetuities — often cap R&P: a common law rule stating that in order for a future interest to be good it must vest after its creation (as at the death of a testator) within a life in being or lives in being plus 21 years plus the period of gestation of any… …   Law dictionary

  • rule against excessive accumulations — England, Wales The statutory rule that prohibits trustees from accumulating income (accumulated income) outside the accumulation periods permitted under section 164 of the Law of Property Act 1925 and section 13 of the Perpetuities and… …   Law dictionary

  • Rule against perpetuities — The rule against perpetuities is a rule of law in effect under the property, trusts, estate, and contract law of many common law jurisdictions. The rule invalidates certain future interests (traditionally contingent remainders and executory… …   Wikipedia

  • accumulations, rule against — A rule rendering an accumulation of income beyond the period of perpetuities void …   Black's law dictionary

  • accumulation — Increase by growth or addition. Rents and profits accumulating under directions in deed or will, such as prompted the enactment of statutes like the Thellusson Act. 41 Am J1st Perp § 44. As the word appears in a community property statute which… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Europe, history of — Introduction       history of European peoples and cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Europe is a more ambiguous term than most geographic expressions. Its etymology is doubtful, as is the physical extent of the area it designates.… …   Universalium

  • accumulation period — England, Wales The period during which the trustees of a trust may accumulate the trust income (that is, add it to the trust capital, rather than pay it out to or for the benefit of the beneficiaries (beneficiary) (see accumulated income)). After …   Law dictionary

  • perpetuity period — England, Wales A perpetuity period applies to future interests in assets (that is, interests that do not take effect immediately) that are subject to the rule against perpetuities. The perpetuity period may be: • A prescribed statutory period of… …   Law dictionary


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