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right of reentry

Definition of right of reentry

Noun

right of reentry (plural rights of reentry)

  1. (law) Where a grantor has created a fee simple subject to condition subsequent, and the condition of the grant has come to pass, the right of the grantor to physically reclaim ownership of the land.
  2. (law) The right of a person who has traveled out of their country of citizenship to cross the border upon return to that country.

Synonyms

right of the grantor to physically reclaim ownership of land

References:

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