No. The Trust is a grantor trust. The trust does not have a specific end date. There are, however, some events that could cause the trust to terminate:
- If there are two successive fiscal years In which the Trust’s gross revenues from the Royalty Properties are less than $2,000,000 per year,
- A vote of Unitholders.
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