executory interest

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executory interest

A general term used to describe all future interests other than reversions or remainders; an interest that will shift from one owner to another or spring into being upon the happening of some event in the future.

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With that shifting interest, the discount on the cost of land has disappeared.
Investors should own investments that won't be affected by shifting interest rates and ones that can benefit from non-U.S.
The world where the wisest committee in the land can possibly fine-tune inflation by shifting interest rates a fraction here or there one month or the next ended on September 11.
Because households and businesses are large net holders of government securities lengthening the maturity of debt temporarily reduces income flows and spending decisions by shifting interest income further into the future.
The transaction cash flows follow a standard shifting interest structure that allows subordinated bonds to receive principal payments under certain defined scenarios.
It was quite interesting to see JLT outshining Downtown Dubai, depicting a shifting interest of buyers and investors towards affordable localities.
"The very factors that have led to upgrades in higher-rating classes-- namely fast prepayment speeds causing a buildup in credit support due to the shifting interest structures--hurt triple-B bonds with their reliance on excess spread as the sole means of support," said Warrack .
Wynne Stevens was a custom homebuilder in Maryland for over 15 years before shifting interest to computer assisted drawing and visualization techniques.
The continental currency initially jumped above 63.33p - a six-month high against the pound - and beyond 96.7 cent against the dollar in foreign exchange markets that had expected the European bank to stick to its previous policy of shifting interest rates in quarter-point steps like the Bank of England.