What is in a Life Time Rights real estate agreement?


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Kira Smart answered

A life estate is an ownership interest in real estate, governed by state law. It gives a person, called a life tenant, the right to live at or use property during his lifetime -- but he has no right to sell the property. When life tenants die, their life estates end, and the property reverts to a designated person called a "remainderman," who then owns the property. Life estates can bypass probate if they are granted through deeds or trusts. More detaled info you can get from real estate lawyer

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Walt Turner answered
It is an agreement that allows a person to remain on the land or in the propery for the term of their life while, at the same time, you own the property during their occupancy.  I am a REALTOR.

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