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Section 2131.07 | Estate in fee simple may be made defeasible.


An estate in fee simple may be made defeasible upon the death of the holder thereof without having conveyed or devised the same, and the limitation over upon such event shall be a valid future interest. For the purpose of involuntary alienation, such a defeasible fee is a fee simple absolute.

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