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An executory interest following a life estate may have the capacity to vest by turning into a vested remainder. An executory interest in an ascertained person limited to become possessory upon an event certain to happen is the equivalent to a vested remainder under the Rule Against Perpetuities. An executory interest that is payable at specified ages is vested upon creation.

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