Definition of "Indestructibility"

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  1. Characteristic of a trust that prevents the invasion of its principal by the trustees while providing a lifetime income to its principal beneficiary with the rest going to the son's children or to the daughter's children in the event the son fails to have children.
  2. Characteristic of a material or of a design causing it to be extremely durable even under the most extreme circumstances. For example, a bomb shelter is designed to have a high level of destructibility in order to protect its occupants under the most extreme wartime conditions.

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