2006 New York Code - Interest Defeasible By Remarriage.
§ 405. Interest defeasible by remarriage. Whenever an interest is defeasible on the remarriage of a person whose life is involved, this fact of defeasibility may be taken into account in the valuation of any such interest or of any interest subject thereto, if justice requires. For this purpose, the Casualty Actuarial Society's Table on Remarriage or other tables accepted by actuarial practice shall be employed.
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