2006 New York Code - Concerning The Creation Of Certain Future Estates
§ 6-3.3 Concerning the creation of certain future estates (a) Subject to the provisions of article 9: (1) An estate may be created to commence at a future time. (2) An estate for life may be created in a term of years and a future estate limited thereon. (3) A future estate may be limited after a term of years, provided that, if such future estate is subject to a condition precedent, the condition must occur within the period prescribed by article 9. (4) A fee or a lesser estate may be limited on a fee, subject to a condition precedent which must occur within the period prescribed by article 9.
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