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  • 13 (1) If it has become apparent that, apart from the provisions of this section, a disposition would be void solely on the ground that it infringes the rule against perpetuities, and if the general intention originally governing the disposition can be ascertained in accordance with the normal principles of interpretation of instruments and the rules of evidence, on application to the court by an interested person, the disposition may be varied so as to give effect as far as possible to the general intention within the limits of the rule against perpetuities.
  • (2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the disposition of the property has been the subject of a valid compromise.