Jay’s parents granted Jay title to their home. In return, Jay entered into an agreement with his parents stating that the coveyancing agreement was created "to protect and preserve an interest in the premises for the parents to insure that the parents may reside in the premises for so long as they shall live." Additionally, the conveyancing agreement provides that the parents had the right "to reside in the premises for so long as they choose and for the rest of their lives." Finally, the conveyancing agreement states that Jay "agrees to provide living accommodations for his parents, either on the premises or at some other premises in which Jay resides." Has Jay granted his parents a life estate in the property? (Altomari v. Altomari, 2008 Conn. Super. LEXIS 2142 (Super. Ct. Conn. 2008)

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