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CHAPTER 11

Special Rules of Construction

Several rules of law or construction developed in England long ago to decrease the control that grantors, testators, and other transferors have over real property, and later on, to increase the alienability of property. Most states no longer follow many of them, but some do and in some instances, understanding them is necessary to see the extent to which they are and are not followed. This chapter covers these rules, except for the Rule Against Perpetuities, which is discussed in Chapter 12.

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