Fee Simple Qualified

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A fee simple qualified estate is a fee simple estate that is subject to limitations by the grantor.




A church sells land provided that the grantee does not sell liquor on the property.        


A husband leaves his property to his wife so long as she doesn't remarry.


A fee simple qualified estate is also called a base fee, a defeasible fee, or a fee simple determinable.

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