# ELFI Ch 2.txt

 The flashcards below were created by user dschnelldavis on FreezingBlue Flashcards. 2.1: What is the name for the part of the conveyance that tells you who is receiving the conveyed interest? Words of purchase 2.2: What is the name for the part of the conveyance that tells you what kind of interest that person is receiving? Words of limitation 2.3: O conveys to A and her heirs. (B is A's only child.) What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? A has a fee simple. B has nothing. 2.4: O conveys to A for life. Then A conveys to B. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B has a life estate pur autre vie. A is the measuring life. B's life estate will last until A dies. 2.5: O conveys to A and the heirs of his body. Then A conveys to B. (Assume original fee tail.) What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? A (the owner of a fee tail in its original form) can convey only the right to possess the land during A's life. Therefore, B's estate will last only until A dies. 2.6: O conveys to A for 10 years. Then A immediately conveys to B. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B's estate will last for the remainder of the 10 years. 2.7: O conveys to A for life. Then A conveys to B for 2 years. One month later A dies. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B's estate ends when A dies. 2.8: O conveys to A and his heirs. Then A conveys to B for 2 years. One year later A dies. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B's estate is unaffected by A's death. B has one more year of possession left. 2.9: O conveys to A for life. In 1993, A conveys to B for 2 years. A dies in 2001. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B's estate ended in 1995. 2.10: 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. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B has no estate. Upon the death of the holder, a fee tail passes automatically to the holder's issue without regard to the terms of the holder's will. C has the right to possession. 2.11: O conveys to A for life. Then A dies, devising her entire estate to B. What is the duration of B's estate (if any)? B has no estate. Upon the death of A, the life estate ended. 2.12: O to A and the heirs of his body. A has two sons (B and C) and two grandchildren (D and E). Who has an interest in the property after this transfer? A has an interest. 2.13: O to A and her heirs. A has a husband (B) and one child (C). What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has an interest. 2.14: O to A for the life of B. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has an interest. 2.15: O to A. A has no husband and no children but has a living father and mother. (Assume modern law.) What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has an interest. 2.16: O to A for life. Then A conveys to B. B dies intestate with one heir, C. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? C has an interest. 2.17: O to A for 2 years. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a term of years. O has the right to possession after A's term of years ends. 2.18: O to A and the heirs of his body. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a fee tail. O has the right to possession after A's issue die out. 2.19: O to A for life. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a life estate. O has the right to possession after A dies. 2.20: O to A and her heirs. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a fee simple. No one else has a right to possession either now or in the future. 2.21: O to A for the life of B. What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a life estate pour autre vie. O has the right to possession after B (the measuring life) dies. 2.22: O to A. (Assume modern law.) What interest does A have? Does someone other than A have an interest in the property? If so, who and why? A has a fee simple. No one else has a right to possession either now or in the future. Authordschnelldavis ID39295 Card SetELFI Ch 2.txt DescriptionEstates in Land and Future Interests, Chapter 2 Updated2010-10-03T16:58:34Z Show Answers