2018 Alaska Statutes
Title 34. Property
Chapter 27. Modification or Abolition of Common Law Property Rules
Article 1. Miscellaneous Common Law Rules Abolished.
Sec. 34.27.020. Abolition of the common law rule in Shelley's case.

Universal Citation: AK Stat § 34.27.020 (2018)

If real property is granted or devised to a person and after the person's death, to the person's heirs or the heirs of the person's body, however the grant or devise is expressed, an estate for life only vests in the person, and a remainder goes to the person's heirs or the heirs of the person's body as purchasers.

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