estate pur autre vie
- An interest in land that lasts for the lifespan of a third party, not the person using or benefiting from the property
- The beneficiaries were granted an estate pur autre vie when the property was left to them in their aunt's will, but their access to it depends on the lifespan of her husband.
- Estate pur autre vie can affect the financial planning of a beneficiary as they often cannot rely on the exact period of ownership.
- The couple chose to enter an agreement involving estate pur autre vie, knowing the property would eventually revert back to the owner's family after his grandmother's passing.