Common Recovery

Common Recovery

Definition

An archaic cause of action enabling the holder of an estate in fee tail to make a financially incompetent third party liable to the heirs of the fee tail estate, thereby eliminating the property rights of the original grantor and enabling the fee holder to convey fee simple title outside the lines of descendancy.

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