### Property F/I & RAP Prob's: LEC 23 & LEC 25

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LEC 23·
Hypos
1) O-->Ahh so long as liquor is not served during As life, & is
so served 2 Bhh
1. A --FSD
2. B --EI
2) O-->2 Ahh provided however if A dies w/o going 2 college 2 Bhh
1. A --P/E; FSSTEL
2. B --Shifting E.I. b/c shifts off of As int.
3. O --nothing
4. If leave out B, A has FSA
3) O devise 2 Ahh upon her graduation from college (A isnt a
1. Devise --use a will 2 distribute prop.
2. A --Springing E.I. b/c springs out of O
3. Os heirs --P/E FSSTEL
4) O-->A life, then 2 Bhh, but if B dies before A 2 Chh (All R alive)
1. A --L/E
2. B --VRSTCD
3. C --Shifting E.I.
4. O --nothing
5. If there was no C, A L/E & B IVR
5) O-->A life, Rem. 2 B when she is 21
1. A --L/E
2. B --Conting. Rem.
3. O --Reversion
4. If A dies before 21, reverts back 2 O & Bs conting.
rems destroyed
5. If in a jxn where conting. rems indestructible, then
it would act as springing E.I. & O would have FSSEL
6) O->A life, & 1 day after As death 2 B if living (all R living)
1. A --L/E
2. B --Springing E.I.
3. O --Reversion
4. Theres a pt. 2 sep. b/c it makes it indestructible
E.I. instead of destructible conting. rems
7) O->2Ahh, provided however, @ the end of 15 yrs. 2 Bhh
1. A --FSSEL
2. B --Shifting E.I.
8) Terms 4 yrs. R not freehold int. so cant transfer seisin
9) O-->2 Bhh 20 yrs. hence
1. B --Springing E.I.
2. O --FSSEL
10) 2 Ahh so long as A remains a bachelor & if he marries 2 Bhh
1. A --FSD
2. B --Shifting E.I.
3. If B fell off, then A would have FSD & O-- POR

Lec. 25 (11/20/1995)

RAP
Hypo
1) A life, rem. 2 As then living children C & their heirs
1. A --L/E (vested in possn)
2. As children--Conting. Rems
3. O --RVN
4. Test As childrens int. of conting. rems
5. A is the measing life; dont need 21 yrs. here b/c will vest
2) A life, Rem. 2 such of As children who reach 21
1. A --L/E vested in possn
2. As children--VRSTO/Cont. Rem. (if nobodys 21 yet)
3. O --if VRSTO, nothing; if cont. rem. then RVN
4. A is the measuring life & will vest after 21 yrs.
after As death
3) 2 Bhh, but if liquor ever served, 2 Chh
1. B --FSSEL
2. C --E.I.
3. O --none
4. Dont know when the liquor will ever B served so its
not a good int. b/c theres 2 much uncertainty; so destroy E.I. of C
5. B --FSA
4) 2 Bhh so long as liquor is not served, then 2 Chh
1. B --FSD
2. C --E.I.
3. O --POR (after E.I. destroyed)
4. Dont know when liquor is served so destroy E.I.; since
need 2 fill the ¥ line, imply POR
5) X-->deed 2 A 4 life, rem. 2 1st daugher of A 2 reach 25
(assume no such daughter)
1. A --L/E vested in possn
2. First daughter --cont. rem.
3. X --RVN
4. What would cause vesting of cont. rem? only when 1st
daughter reaches 25; no one is available as measing life
5. Look 4 any sit/hypo where rem. would vest outside of
the per. of the rule; if U can, then int. is no good
6. There may B a sit. when it may vest outside the RAP so
int. is destroyed & removed from conveyance.

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