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Methods of Land description

Freehold Estate Interest in real property for a lifetime or more.
Non-freehold Estate Leasehold Estate, interest in property for less than a lifetime and considered to be a personal interest.
Fee-Simple Estate Fee simple absolute
Defeasable Fee Estate Specified event that is stated as a condition placed on the deed. “Runs with the land” can only be used for a specific thing.
Fee Simple Conditional Terminates upon the violation of a certain activity that the owner must not perform.
Life Estate Granted to a person for a lifetime.
Ordinary life Estate Upon death of the life Tenant and the property reverts back to original person
Estate in Remainder The third party is said to own a remainder interest
Dower Rights Wife’s life estate in her husbands property conveyed to her.
Homestead Protects the holders principal residence from being sold by creditors to satisfy outstanding debts
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