O conveyed a FSA to A. Then A conveyed a term of years to B A's death doesn’t affect B's estate because it was an FSA. If it was a life estate, B's estate would have ended upon A's death. 2-15. O conveys to A for life. In 1993, A conveys to B for 2 years. A dies in 2001. O conveyed a life estate to A. A conveys a term of years to B B's estate ended in 1995
2-16. O conveys to A and the heirs of her body. Then A dies, devising her entire estate to her husband, B. A has one child C. O conveyed a fee tail B has no rights because a fee tail is descendible to A's linear issues. C is A's issue therefor C gets the fee tail 2-17. O conveys to A for life. Then A dies, devising her entire estate to B. O conveyed a life estate to A. A life estate cannot be descended or devised B has no estate 2-18. O to A and the heirs of his body. A has two sons (B and C) and two grandchildren (D and E). O conveyed a fee tail to A. A has a fee tail now When A dies, her sons will receive the fee tail and her grandchildren have a future interest. 2-19. O to A and the heirs. A has a husband (B) and one child (F). A has a fee simple She can devise or sell it to whoever she wants 2-20. O to A for the life of B. O conveyed a life estate A The measuring life is B. A has a life estate until B dies
2-21. O to A. A has no husband and no children but has a living father and mother. (Assume modern law) O conveyed an FSA to A When A dies the FSA will likely pass to her parents if they are still alive since she has no children 2-22. O to A for life. Then A conveys to B. B dies intestate with one heir, C. O conveyed a life estate to A. A conveys life estate pur atrie vie to B When B dies, the life estate will descend to C but will end when A dies. 2-23. O to A for 2 years. Term of years A has possessory estate O has future interest when the 2 years end 2-24. O to A and the heirs of his body Fee tail A has possessory estate O has a when A dies and her lineal line dies out (issues) 2-25. O to A for life. Life estate A has possessory estate O has a reversion when A dies
2-26. O to A and her heirs A has an FSA O has no future interest 2-27. O to A for the life of B. A has a life estate pur atrie vie The measuring life is B. O has a future interest when B dies. 2-28. O to A. (Assume modern law) A has an FSA O has no future interest Defeasible Fees 1. Fee simple determinable 2. Fee simple subject to condition subsequent 3. Fee simple subject to executory limitation 1. Fee Simple Determinable 1. Magic Words- until, so long as, while, during 2. A state that already ends when a condition occurs 3. Grantor holds a future interest called a possibility of reverter 4.
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