2006 New York Code - When Reversionary Estates To Be Included In Sale.



 
    §  1747.  When  reversionary  estates to be included in sale. When the
  interest of the infant, incompetent person or conservatee, consists of a
  right of dower or an estate for life, or for  years,  the  judgment  may
  authorize  the  guardian,  committee  or  conservator  to join, with the
  person or persons holding the reversionary estate, in  a  conveyance  of
  the  property to which the interest attaches, so as to release the right
  of dower, or fully convey the particular estate, on receiving  from  the
  proceeds  of the sale a gross sum in satisfaction of that interest, or a
  proportionate  part  of  the  proceeds,  to  be   invested   until   the
  determination of the particular estate.

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