power appendant

Definition of "power appendant"
  1. A power that is linked with a vested interest, such as the granting of a lease, which the recipient can only execute against a piece of real estate that the recipient possesses, as in a life estate. This is alternatively called power appurtenant
How to use "power appendant" in a sentence
  1. In rural leasehold estates, a power appendant might be issued for the lessee to grant temporary housing rights to seasonal workers.
  2. The inheritance of the life estate included a power appendant that allowed the inheritor to rent the property to generate income.
  3. The attorney informed the client that with a life estate, she could exercise her power appendant to lease the property.

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