estate on condition

Definition of "estate on condition"
  1. A type of estate that may be revoked if a prearranged circumstance permits and the person who gave the estate decides to end it
How to use "estate on condition" in a sentence
  1. The owner generated an estate on condition, asserting that should the property not be cared for adequately, he has the right to reclaim it.
  2. Upon her departure, she left behind an estate on condition for the conservation society to maintain its natural beauty.
  3. In their agreement, it was clearly stated that the property was an estate on condition that could be reclaimed if neglected.

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