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?
@#!* yeah. Property rules. Tag.