Miller executed a deed to real estate naming Zieg as
Miller executed a deed to real estate, naming Zieg as grantee. He placed the deed in an envelope on which was written “To be filed at my death” and put the envelope and deed in a safe deposit box in the National Bank that had been rented in the names of Miller and Zieg. After Miller’s death, Zieg removed the deed from the safe deposit box. Moseley, as executor under Miller’s will, brought an action against Zieg to declare the deed void. Decide. [Moseley v. Zieg, 146 N.W.2d 72 (Neb.)]

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