The removal of future interest encumbrances on realty may in proper cases relieve hardship of private parties and be of benefit to the community by rendering the land marketable and productive. The author here examines the scope of equity jurisdiction in these cases and the applicable statutes. The author concludes with proposals to improve the statutory treatment of the problem and suggests that equity already has the power to provide the relief contained in his statutory proposals.
Candler S. Rogers,
Removal of Future Interest Encumbrances--Sale of the Fee Simple Estate,
17 Vanderbilt Law Review
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