2017 Alaska Statutes
Title 34. Property
Chapter 27. Modification or Abolition of Common Law Property Rules
Article 1. Miscellaneous Common Law Rules Abolished
Sec. 34.27.030. Abolition of the common law destructibility of contingent remainders.

Universal Citation: AK Stat § 34.27.030 (2017)

A contingent remainder is not defeated by the termination of a precedent estate before the occurrence of the contingency that was to cause the remainder to take effect. If the contingency occurs later, the remainder takes effect in the same way as a springing or shifting executory interest.

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