What are the FOUR steps for assessting RAP problems?
1. Classify the FUTURE INTEREST.
2. Identify the CONDITIONS PRECEDENT to the vesting of the suspect future interest.
3. Find a MEASURING LIFE. Look for a person alive at the date of the conveyance and ask whether that person's life or death is relevant to the condition's occurence.
4. Ask, "will we know with CERTAINTY, within 21 years of the death of the measuring life, if our future interest holder(s) can or cannot take? If there is any possibility that the condtion precedent could (or not) occur MORE THAN 21 years after the death of the mesauring life, the future interest is VOID.