Freehold Estates

Tenancy at Will

A lease is a contractual relationship between a tenant, also known as a lessee, who acquires the right to use the property of another. There are two various forms of
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Tenancy for Years

A lease is a contractual relationship between a tenant, also known as a lessee, who acquires the right to use the propertyreal estate contract               
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The Powerful Ownership of Fee Simple Defeasible

A Fee simple defeasible title is the second most powerful means of owning property. The only exceptions which exist are the basic four government regulations, which are taxation, escheat, eminent
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The Powerful Ownership of Fee Simple Absolute

Fee simple absolute is the powerful form of ownership in a freehold estate. It is the most common way of owning real estateownershipencumbrances In a fee simple interest, not only could
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A Short Guide to Life Estate

Life estates are based upon a measured life in being. It is usually limited to the life of an individual who currently holds the life estate. If, and when the
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