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Sec. 33. Freeholds; chattels real; chattel interests.....

34. When estate for life of third person is freehold; when

chattel real ......

35. Estates in possession and expectancy

36. Enumeration of estates in expectancy

37. Definition of future estates

38. Definition of remainder

39. Definition of reversion.....

40. When future estates are vested; when contingent..

41. Power of appointment not to prevent vesting

42. Suspension of power of alienation .

43. Limitation of successive estates for life

44. Remainders on estates for life of third person

45. When remainder to take effect if estate be for lives of more

than two persons

46. Contingent remainder on term of years

47. Estate for life as remainder on term of years...

48. Meaning of heirs and issue in certain remainders...

49. Limitations of chattels real

50. Creation of future and contingent estates.

51. Future estates in the alternative....

52. Future estate valid though contingency improbable....

53. Conditional limitations.

54. When heirs of life tenant take as purchasers....

55. When remainder not limited on contingency defeating prec-

edent estate takes effect

36. Posthumous children

57. When expectant estates are defeated

58. Effect on valid remainders of determination of precedent

estate before contingency .

59. Qualities of expectant estates

60. Disposition of rents and profits.

61. Accumulations .

62. Anticipation of directed accumulation...

63. Undisposed profits ...

64. When expectant estates are deemed created

65. Estates in severalty, joint tenancy and in common....

66. When estate in common; when in joint tenancy....

67. Sale of real property held by tenant for life contingent

with remainder or remainders over to persons whose

identity is unknown .

68. Application, how made

69. Sale, how conducted .

70. Conveyances upon sale.

71. Disposition of proceeds of sale

72. Release of rents reserved by leases in perpetuity.....

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USES AND TRUSTS.

With notes and commentary on the text

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SEC. 90. Executed uses existing.....

91. Certain uses and trusts abolished

92. When right to possession creates legal ownership.

93. Trustee of passive trust not to take.

94. Grant to one where consideration paid by another....

95. Bona fide purchasers protected.....

96. Purposes for which express trusts may be created.

97. Certain devises to be deemed powers....

98. Surplus income of trust property liable to creditors..

99. When an authorized trust is valid as a power.

100. Trustee of express trust to have whole estate

101. Qualification of last section....

102. Interest remaining in grantor of express trust.

103. What trust interest may be alienated...

104. Transferee of trust property protected..

105. When trustee may convey or exchange trust property....

106. When trustee may lease trust property.....

107. Notice to beneficiary and other persons interested where

real property affected by a trust is conveyed, mortgaged

or leased, and procedure thereupon...

108. Person paying money to trustee protected.

109. When estate of trustee ceases.

110. Termination of trusts for the benefit of creditors..

III. Trust estate not to descend.....

112. Resignation or removal of trustee and appointment of

successor ...

113. Grants and devises of real property for charitable pur-

poses

114. Certain educational and other charitable uses authorized..

114a. Trusts for care of cemetery lots.....

115. Certain grants for charitable uses regulated.

116. Executors’, fiduciaries' and trustees' investments in cer-

tain stocks regulated......

117. Commissioners of trustees.

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Sec. 134. General power

135. Special power

136. Beneficial power.

137. General power in trust

138. Special power in trust....

139. Capacity to grant a power

140. How power may be granted .

141. Capacity to take and execute a power...

142. Capacity of married woman to take power..

143. Capacity to take a special and beneficial power.

144. Reservation of a power

145. Effect of power to revoke..

146. Power to sell in a mortgage.

147. When power is a lien......

148. When power is irrevocable .

149. When estate for life or years is changed into a fee.....

150. Certain powers create a fee......

151. When grantee of power has absolute fee..

152. Effect of power to devise in certain cases.

153. When power of disposition absolute.

154. Power subject to condition....

155. Power of life tenant to make leases.

156. Effect of mortgage by grantee..

157. When a trust power is imperative...

158. Distribution when more than one beneficiary..

159. Beneficial power subject to creditors....

160. Execution of power on death of trustee

161. When power devolves on court....

162. When creditors may compel execution of trust power.

163. Defective execution of trust power.

164. Effect of insolvent assignment

165. How power must be executed...

166. Execution by survivors ..

167. Execution of power to dispose by devise....

168. Execution of power to dispose by grant...

169. When direction by grantor does not render power void....

170. When directions by grantor need not be followed....

171. Nominal conditions may be disregarded......

172. Intent of grantor to be observed......

173. Consent of grantor or third person to execution of power.

174. When all must consent

175. Omission to recite power

176. When devise operates as an execution of the power..

177. Disposition not void because too extensive..

178. Computation of term of suspension...

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