University of Miami Law Review


Florida recently codified the common law Rule Against Perpetuities with seueral significant modifications. In discussing the newly enacted statute, the author focuses his analysis on provisions designed to validate interests which formerly failed under the common law Rule. This examination exposes areas of particular ambiguity in the interstices between the common law Rule and the statute. The article offers several salient insights to those called upon to deal with or construe the new statute and provides suggestions for legislative reform.