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Ruling 2705

If the endowed property is ruined, it does not cease to be an endowment unless the endowment is conditional on a particular subject and that subject ceases to exist. For example, a person endows a garden on condition that it remains a garden; therefore, if the garden is ruined, the endowment becomes void and it reverts to the endower’s heirs.