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Max B.
Do you have any suggestions on how to study future interests? I can't seem to get things straight at all and I feel totally lost.
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Answered by: Lawyer Up
 
Absolutely! Make a two-column chart where the left column is for "present possessory estates" and the right column is "future interest". Start w/ Fee Simple Absolute-- it's the only one that has no "partner" on the right side. Then, move along to Fee Tail, then the three defeasible fees, and finally, life estates. For each entry, you need to list three things: 1) the name of the interest 2) the words that create that interest and 3) what that interest actually means.
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