2. G to A for life, then to B's children for life, but if B's children stop visiting their grandmother, to C and his heirs; B has one childA has present LE, B's children have future LE subject to exec. interest, C has shifting executory interest in FS. I'm pretty sure this executory interest is wiped out by RaP b/c B could potentially have more children, and grandma could outlive the other ascertained lives in being. Therefore, G would have a reversion in FS.
For class, I am using Property by Dukeminier. Specifically, I am looking for either a commercial study aid that provides answers to the problems in the book (our teacher doesn't go over everything and I like to self-check my work) or a god guide that offers a lot of problem with explanation...Im talking future interest type problems. Thanks!