vested in interest

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Indicating a present right to a future interest in property. For example, if property is left by will “to A for life, remainder to A's first son”, A being childless at the testator's death, A's first son's right to the property is vested in interest as soon as he is born and his interest is a vested remainder. Compare vested in possession.

Subjects: Law.

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