« on: December 09, 2005, 06:20:22 PM »
My profs don't allow it unless you have a really good reason (like a broken arm).
Has anyone out there figured out a way to parse future interests? I'm struggling specifically with the difference between the condition subsequent that marks a vested remainder subject to divestment, and condition precedent that defines a contingent remainder subject to condition precedent. What makes a condition precedent and not subsequent? It's inexplicable, I tell you. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks everyone! I went on half .com and bought my emanuels and e and e primers....once i found out which casebooks I have i will search high and lo for used eds along w/ used casenotes...