base fee simple
Definition of base fee
1 : a determinable fee; broadly : a defeasible fee-simple estate (such as a conditional fee)
2 obsolete a : an estate held by a tenant at the will of the tenant's lord or superior b : the status of an estate conveyed by a tenant in tail out of possession as a fee simple without proper adherence to the relevant rules of law
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