On the subject of property...is there a real easy way to tell the difference between executory interests which are contingent v. executory interests that are vested? I know that vested would require an ascertainable person and no conditions...I'm not looking for the definition but actual examples (If X grants to Y for life, and then B so long as B uses the land for a school, and if not to C).I guess what I don't completely get is the difference between a contingent remainder v. a vested remainder subject to divestment. Is it really just if the condition is in the clause granting the estate v. just after the clause granting the estate?
J, if you didn't bring enough penis for everyone, you shouldn't have brought any penis at all.
@#!* yeah. Property rules. Tag.