re-entry for condition broken

The interest which remains in the grantor or his successors, or the successors of a testator, where an estate on condition subsequent has been created. 28 Am J2d Est §§ 188 et seq. Actually, a power of termination rather than a substantial estate. 28 Am J2d Est § 189.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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