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Indefeasible

That which cannot be defeated, revoked, or made void. This term is usually applied to an estate or right that cannot be defeated.

indefeasible

adj. cannot be altered or voided, usually in reference to an interest in real property.

indefeasible

adjective binding, confirmed, established, immutable, imperishable, in perpetuum ratus, inalienable, incapable of being defeated, incapable of being revoked, incontestable, incontrovertible, indestructible, indissoluble, indubitable, ineradicable, inextinguishable, insusceptible of change, invariable, inviolable, irrefragable, irreversible, irrevocable, nonreversible, not forfeitable, not to be abrogated, not to be annulled, not to be made void, permanent, reverseless, settled, unalterable, unchallengeable, unchangeable, undefeatable, undeniable, unquestionable
Associated concepts: indefeasible estate, indefeasible interrst, indefeasible title, indefeasibly vested
See also: certain, clear, compulsory, conclusive, definite, determinative, incontestable, indelible, indestructible, irreversible, irrevocable, permanent, positive, unalienable, unavoidable

indefeasible

not liable to be annulled or forfeited.

INDEFEASIBLE. That which cannot be defeated or undone. This epithet is usually applied to an estate or right which cannot be defeated.

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61) I again note that the possibility of re-cognition of meaning within indefeasibly delimited socio-historical contexts inevitably brings metaphysical questions to the fore.
The property has become vested indefeasibly in the taxpayer's child.
A spouse's interest in TBE property becomes indefeasibly fixed and the beneficiary is finally ascertained at the time the tenancy is created.
The trust--that is the legal arrangement itself--was resident in Canada immediately after the time the property vested indefeasibly in the trust;
The property vested indefeasibly in the child within 36 months or longer with the Minister's discretion (written application for an extension is required).
Remainders can be classified as indefeasibly vested, contingent, vested subject to open, and vested subject to complete defeasance.
In effect, what section 2-707 does is to transform the remainder interest from one that is indefeasibly vested in B into one in favor of B if B survives A, but if not to BPS descendants surviving A, and if none to those persons who would be the settlor's heirs if the settlor died when A dies.
177) As with his income-to-A-for-life, remainder-to-B example, a two-generation trust with an indefeasibly vested remainder to a named individual is occasionally useful in law school casebooks and classroom presentations.
In any event, in analyzing his two-generation trust with an indefeasibly vested remainder to a named individual, Dukeminier assumes that the common-law Rule Against Perpetuities governs the case.
Descartes characterizes foundational beliefs as indefeasibly justified and nonfoundational justified beliefs as deductively based on foundational beliefs.
We get the proposition that no woodchuck is a groundhog by, as it were, allowing ourselves automatically to move from the sentence "No woodchuck is a groundhog" to the singular term "that no woodchuck is a groundhog", which we then indefeasibly take to refer to (the proposition) that no woodchuck is a groundhog.
In this fixed, unchanging interpretive universe, discrimination has been indefeasibly joined with intent.