Perpetuity

A perpetuity is an annuity that has no end, or a stream of cash payments that continues forever. There are few actual perpetuities in existence (the United Kingdom (UK) government has issued them in the past; these are known and still trade as consols). Real estate and preferred stock are among some types of investments that affect the results of ...
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Perpetuity

• (n.) The number of years in which the simple interest of any sum becomes equal to the principal. • (n.) Duration without limitations as to time. • (n.) The number of years` purchase to be given for an annuity to continue forever. • (n.) Something that is perpetual. • (n.) Endless time. • (n.) The quality or state of ...
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perpetuity

(from the article `annuity`) A special case of the annuity certain is the perpetuity, which is an annuity that continues forever. Perhaps the best-known example of a perpetuity ...
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perpetuity

(from the article `inheritance`) ...changing his religion, the gift is either invalid or valid unconditionally. Generally, property given by testament cannot be tied up by the ...
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perpetuity

sempiternity noun the property of being perpetual (seemingly ceaseless)
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Perpetuity

Per`pe·tu'i·ty noun [ Latin perpetuitas : confer French perpétuité .] 1. The quality or state of being perpetual; as, the perpetuity of laws. Bacon. « A path to perpetuity of fame.» Byron. « The perpetuity of single em...
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Perpetuity

A constant stream of identical cash flows without end, such as a British consol.
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Perpetuity

A constant stream of identical cash flows without end, such as a British consol.
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Perpetuity

A constant stream of identical cash flows without end, such as a British consol.
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Perpetuity

An ordinary annuity whose payments or receipts continue forever.
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Perpetuity

Forever. (See also: rule against perpetuities)
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Perpetuity

Is a stream of payments or a type of annuity that starts payments on a fixed date and such payments continue forever, or perpetually. Often preferred stock which pays a dividend is considered as a form of perpetuity. However, one must assume that the firm does not go bankrupt or is otherwise impeded for making timely payments.
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Perpetuity

Is a stream of payments or a type of annuity that starts payments on a fixed date and such payments continue forever, or perpetually. Often preferred stock which pays a dividend is considered as a form of perpetuity. However, one must assume that the firm does not go bankrupt or is otherwise impeded for making timely payments.
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Perpetuity

n. a stream of income that will continue forever. The common law rule against perpetuities in the Duke of Norfolk's case[3] had the purpose of preventing assets being tied up indefinitely, by granting gifts to far off descendants. It said that a gift must become unconditional 21 years after the death of its maker.
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perpetuity

n. forever.
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Perpetuity

n. It means forever or something that is indefinite.
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Perpetuity

Perpetuity is an ongoing timeline that extends into infinity. In the business world, this typically refers to a security or bond that doesn?t have a maturity date or a steady stream of reoccurring income that extends into the foreseeable future, like a royalty payment.
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perpetuity

[n] - the property of being perpetual (seemingly ceaseless)
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