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Guests FROM SECTION J: SEE ME FOR AVAILABLE SEATS Bach, Concertos for Two Harpsichords (1732-36) Performed 1980 THE ENGLISH CONCERT Trevor Pinnock, Conductor, Harpsichord Kenneth Gilbert, Harpsichord

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Mahrenholz v. District Board DQ 97 RECAP/COMPLETION

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GRANT VIOLATED Ms-FS Absolute 9/77 HH discharge to SD? Ms - FS Absolute NO VIOLATION SD-FSD HH-PR 9/77 HH discharge to SD? SD - FS Absolute Mahrenholz v. Region Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSD +PR

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Mahrenholz v. Region Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSCS +RE 3/51: Grant to SD#1: SD-FSCS Hs-RE 2/69: Mrs.H passes on intestate; HH sole beneficiary? 5/73: Property utilized for capacity just 5/77: HH passes on enthusiasm to Ms 9/77: HH discharges enthusiasm to SD#1

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Mahrenholz v. Area Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSCS +RE 2/69: Mrs.H bites the dust intestate; HH sole beneficiary SD-FSCS HH-RE 5/73: Property utilized for capacity as it were? (2 Possibilities: Violation or Not) 5/77: HH passes on enthusiasm to Ms 9/77: HH discharges enthusiasm to SD#1

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GRANT VIOLATED SD-FSCS HH-RE 5/77 HH - > Ms? NO VIOLATION SD-FSCS HH-RE 5/77 HH - > Ms? Mahrenholz v. District Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSCS +RE 2/69: SD-FSCS HH-RE

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GRANT VIOLATED SD-FSCS HH-RE 5/77 HH - > Ms? SD-FSCS HH-RE 9/77 HH discharge to SD? NO VIOLATION SD-FSCS HH-RE 5/77 HH - > Ms? SD-FSCS HH-RE 9/77 HH discharge to SD? Mahrenholz v. Province Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSCS +RE

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GRANT VIOLATED SD-FSCS HH-RE 9/77 HH discharge to SD? SD - FS Absolute NO VIOLATION SD-FSCS HH-RE 9/77 HH discharge to SD? SD - FS Absolute Mahrenholz v. District Board MAJOR EVENTS: FSCS +RE

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Mahrenholz: Summary of Possibilities

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Mahrenholz v. Area Board DQs 98-101: Distinguishing Fee Simple Determinable from Fee Simple on Condition Subsequent (Eagles)

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Mahrenholz v. Area Board The court says (Top para. P583) : " The kind of premium held represents the method of reinvestment with title if reinvestment is to happen." DQ98. What does the court mean by "reinvestment" ?

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DQ99: (P584 (3d full para.) "In Northwestern Univ. … , a movement was " made upon the ex-press condition that… Wesley Hospital… might erect a healing facility expanding on said parcel … and that on the disappointment of … Wesley Hospital to complete these conditions the title should return to North-western University. " T his dialect can\'t be translated as making anything other than an expense straightforward subject to a condition consequent… " WHY?

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DQ100: In an erased entry in its talk about particle of McElvain, the court says that "as an activity in ejectment was brought… , the dif-ference between a charge straightforward definable and an expense basic subject to a condition sub-sequent would have no down to earth impact … ." Why does it trust this?

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Mahrenholz P583: " [A] grantor ought to give a FSD on the off chance that he plans to give property for inasmuch as it is required for the reasons for which it is given and no more, however he ought to utilize a FSCS in the event that he means to force consistence with a condition by punishment of a relinquishment." - Pretty fine qualification - Court is depicting admired utilization of the structures - Can use to contend an award is FSD or FSCS

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Use a FSD "to give property for insofar as it is required for the reasons for which it is given and didn\'t really" To Xavier, inasmuch as he works his dental practice on the premises. To Yolanda, insofar as she doesn\'t remarry. To Zebulon University, inasmuch as it is utilized as an examination lab.

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Use a FSCS "to force consistence with a condition by punishment of a relinquishment." To Xavier, yet in the event that the property is ever utilized for business purposes … To Yolanda, yet in the event that liquor is ever utilized on the premises … To Zebulon University for development of a science building, yet in the event that the building is not finished inside 5 years or on the off chance that it ever stops to be utilized for instructive purposes …

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Mahrenholz v. Province Board To the Trustees of School District No. 1: "to be utilized for school reason just; generally to return to Grantors in this." DQ101: Fee Simple Determinable or Fee Simple on Condition Subsequent?

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"to be utilized for school reason just; generally to return to Grantors thus.": FSD "just" proposes programmed condition in 1 st statement "to return" (v. "may re-enter") recommends programmed comparative gifts held FSD

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"to be utilized for school reason just; generally to return to Grantors thus." FSCS: 2 provisos normally utilized for FSCS No time words Most states assume FSCS

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Mahrenholz v. Province Board DQ102: Under what circumstances may the qualification between a charge straightforward definite and an expense basic on condition ensuing huge?

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FSD v. FSCS: Consequences Transferability after rupture (Mahrenholz)

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FSD v. FSCS: Consequences Transferability after rupture Adverse Possession

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FSD v. FSCS: Consequences Transferability after break Adverse Possession Income from area after rupture (to grantor if FSD)

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FSD v. FSCS: Consequences Transferability after rupture Adverse Possession Income from area after break Waiver/Estoppel by future interest holder (conceivable if FSCS)

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Mahrenholz v. Province Board FALCONS : DQs 102-104 (not 105)

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DQ102: Why do as such numerous awards neglect to show unmistakably which interest is proposed?

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DQ103: IS STORAGE A "SCHOOL PURPOSE"? PARTIES\' LIKELY ARGUMENTS?

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DQ103:IS STORAGE A "SCHOOL PURPOSE"? What legitimate examination might you be able to do to determine this inquiry?

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DQ103:IS STORAGE A "SCHOOL PURPOSE"? What lawful examination would you be able to do to determine this inquiry? CASES ON "SCHOOL PURPOSE" CASES ON "Chapel PURPOSE" ETC.

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DQ103:IS STORAGE A "SCHOOL PURPOSE"? What real research might you be able to do to determine this inquiry? (What realities matter?)

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IS STORAGE A "SCHOOL PURPOSE"? What actualities matter?: GRANTOR\'S INTENT CHECK GRANT OR RELATED DOX WITNESSES TO TRANSACTION ASK GRANTOR IF ALIVE WITNESSES RE GRANTOR BELIEFS

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DQ104. Why would it be advisable for us to permit grantors to have any control at all of what happens to arrive after they have kicked the bucket? Returned to later w Shapira

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CHECK COURSE PAGE FOR LOGISTICAL INFO: CHAPTER 7: Info on Exam 2007 Exams Schedule for Additional Postings Written Assignments E-Mail Qs/Responses re Assignments #4 & #5 Prior Years\' Comments & Best Answers re #2 & #3 Info on Picking Up/Getting Scores for Submitted Assignments

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Back to OWLS : (7H): Thelma passes on " to Louise for a long time if Louise so long live." Louise?

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(7H): Thelma passes on " to Louise for a long time if Louise so long live." What different interests are there? Louise: Term of years definable.

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(7H): Thelma passes on " to Louise for a long time if Louise so long live." Louise: Term of years definite . Thelma : Possibility of Reverter + Reversion = Reversion (Merger)

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DOCTRINE OF MERGER If one individual turns into the proprietor of two adjacent interests, the interests will " blend "

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DOCTRINE OF MERGER If one individual turns into the proprietor of two touching interests, the interests will consolidate . Case : Eric has an existence domain . Vanessa holds the inversion that tails it. In the event that Eric buys the inversion from Vanessa , it converges with his life home and he will have an expense straightforward total .

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DOCTRINE OF MERGER **MERGE** If one individual turns into the proprietor of two bordering interests, the interests will combine .

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PROBLEM 7I Featuring Falcons

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(7I) O passes on "to J and her beneficiaries insofar as the premises are not utilized available to be purchased of lager, wine, or alcohol, and if brew, wine, or alcohol is sold on the premises, O holds a privilege to re-enter the premises." J opens an eatery that serves a few dishes cooked with wine or blazed with cognac and at Sunday early lunch offers a free glass of champagne. The eatery is effective, and 11 years after its opening D needs to purchase it and include a bar. Exhort D.

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PROBLEM 7I: MULTI-STEP ANALYSIS FSD or FSCS? CONDITION VIOLATED? Impact OF VIOLATION? Counsel RE PURCHASE

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PROBLEM I: MULTI-STEP ANALYSIS FSD or FSCS? CONDITION VIOLATED? Impact OF VIOLATION? Exhortation RE PURCHASE

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(I): O "To Julia and her beneficiaries insofar as the premises are not utilized available to be purchased of brew, wine, or alcohol, and if lager, wine, or alcohol is sold on the premises, Orrin holds a privilege to re-enter the premises." Does Orrin\'s advantage vest consequently (FSD) or does he need to act (FSCS)?

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FSD or FSCS? " So long as" & condition incorporated with 1 st proviso propose FSD Moment of infringement clear, so can be FSD "Right to re-enter" & 2 provisos recommend FSCS Most states: assumption favoring FSCS Mahrenholz: More like discipline than reason

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PROBLEM 7I: MULTI-STEP ANALYSIS FSD or FSCS? CONDITION VIOLATED? Impact OF VIOLATION? Exhortation RE PURCHASE

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(7I): O "To J … inasmuch as … premises are not utilized available to be purchased of lager, wine, or alcohol, and if brew, wine, or alcohol is sold on ... premises O holds a privilege to re-enter… ." DOES IT VIOLATE GRANT IF J\'s eatery: (i) serves a few dishes cooked with wine or flared with liquor? (ii) at Sunday early lunch offers complimentary glass of champagne?

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PROBLEM 7I: MULTI-STEP ANALYSIS FSD or FSCS? CONDITION VIOLATED? Impact OF VIOLATION? Counsel RE PURCHASE

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IF VIOLATION, RESULT? On the off chance that O has Possibility of Reverter? O gets legitimate title at snippet of infringement. In the event that adequate time has passed, J may have title through unfriendly ownership

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IF VIOLATION, RESULT? On the off chance that O has Right of Entry

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