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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - (law) a party who is entitled to a future interest in property left in the control of a grantor or the grantor's successor

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  • Any earlier seed of Mac OS X v10. 5.6 ONLY AFTER installing the included reversioner.
  • - Any earlier seed of Mac OS X v10. 6.4 ONLY AFTER installing the included reversioner.
  • Or the case may be likened to the ordinary one of a tenant for life, who may hypothecate the land for his debts, during the continuance of his usufruct; but at his death, the...
  • If the drainage district commissioners find that a part of the land is held by a tenant for life or years, they shall apportion and assess the expense upon the tenant and the... for more
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