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Reversionary Interest

Reversionary Interest

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A future interest in property that reverts back to the original grantor upon occurrence of a future event or termination of the current holder’s tenancy. Also called a reversion. A reversion arises if a grantor conveys only part of his possessory estate. When the grantee's estate ends, the property reverts, or returns, to the grantor.

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