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A legal estate (other than leasehold) in land that is capable of being inherited. Since the Law of Property Act 1925 the term's only modern significance is in the phrase fee simple absolute in possession. All other such estates that formerly existed in fee are now equitable interests only.

From:  fee  in  A Dictionary of Law »

Subjects: Law.

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