15 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B. J. 99 (1940)
The Rule in Shelley's Case in Washington

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COMMENTS
THE RULE IN SHELLEY'S CASE IN WASHINGTON
As a state grows in age and the accumulations of private capital
within its boundaries increase in size and number, problems of future
interests in property law become of greater importance. Propertied
individuals seek to extend control over their accumulations beyond
their deaths, whether wisely or not is here unimportant. Washington is
reaching this stage of maturity and its lawyers consequently will be
more frequently confronted with the difficulties in creation of future
interests.

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