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Real Property Law: State Police Power Held Insufficient to Regulate Registration of Existing Possibilities of Reverter and Powers of Termination As Condition for Preservation

Duke Law Journal
2, Vol. 1966, No. 1 (Winter, 1966), pp. 272-282
DOI: 10.2307/1371405
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1371405
Page Count: 11
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Real Property Law: State Police Power Held Insufficient to Regulate Registration of Existing Possibilities of Reverter and Powers of Termination As Condition for Preservation
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Abstract

The New York Court of Appeals recently held that the New York Real Property Law, requiring registration of possibilities of reverter and powers of termination as a condition for their preservation, was invalid in its attempted retrospective application. This decision may have persuasive impact beyond New York, as most marketable title acts contain a similar provision.

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