future interest

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Any right to property that does not take effect immediately. An example is B's interest in property held in trust for A for life and then for B. Under the Law of Property Act 1925 future interests in land (with the exception of future leases) can exist as equitable interests only and not as legal estates.

Subjects: Law.

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