2. Dispositions for the benefit of persons not in existence.

Subject to the limitations and provisions specified in this Act, no disposition of property by a Hindu, whether by transfer inter vivos or by will, shall be invalid by reason only that any person for whose benefit it may have been made was not in existence at the date of such disposition.

inter vivos means – (especially of a gift as opposed to a legacy) between living people.

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