Creation of Fee Simple
Fee simple ownership is the strongest and most complete form of ownership as no other parties have any ability to limit the rights of the owner. While historically fee simple ownership was created using very specific legal language, modern courts recognize other ways to create fee simple ownership.
Right to Transfer
As no other parties have the right to interfere with the property rights of a fee simple owner, fee simple owners can permanently transfer the ownership rights to any party at any time. The legal term for this right is alienability. Fee simple owners also have the ability to pass the property on to
another party after death via a will.
Creation of Life Estates
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