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defeasible fee

Legal Definition of defeasible fee

See also

  1. defeasible estate

Definition of defeasible fee

Noun

defeasible fee (plural defeasible fees)

  1. (law) An estate in land that may be divested from its current owner upon the occurrence of an event set forth by the grantor in the grant.

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