Smith owned Blackacre in fee simple absolute. In section 3 of a properly executed will, Smith devised

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Smith owned Blackacre in fee simple absolute. In section 3 of a properly executed will, Smith devised Blackacre as follows: ‘‘I devise my farm Blackacre to my son Darwin so long as it is used as a farm.’’ Sections 5 and 6 of the will made gifts to persons other than Darwin.
The last and residuary clause of Smith’s will provided: ‘‘All the residue of my real and personal property not disposed of heretofore in this will, I devise and bequeath to Stanford University.’’ Smith died in 2011, survived by her son Darwin. Smith’s estate has been administered. Darwin has been offered $100,000 for Blackacre if he can convey title to it in fee simple. What interests in Blackacre were created by Smith’s will?

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Smith and Roberson Business Law

ISBN: 978-0538473637

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Authors: Richard A. Mann, Barry S. Roberts

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