- pur autre vie
(per o -tra vee) Legal French meaning "for another's life." It is a phrase used to describe the duration of a property interest. For example, if Bob is given use of the family house for as long as his mother lives, he has possession of the house pur autre vie.Category: Wills, Trusts & Estates
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
- pur autre vie
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Webster's New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000.
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pur autre vie — /par 6(w)tra vay/pur owtra viy/ For (or during) the life of another. An estate pur autre vie is an estate in lands which a person holds for the life of another person … Black's law dictionary
pur autre vie — For the life of another. See estate pur autre vie … Ballentine's law dictionary
pur autre vie — pu̇ˌrōd.ə(r)ˈvē, ō.trə Etymology: Anglo French : for the life of another used of an estate the tenancy of which is measured by the life of a person other than the tenant; compare life estate … Useful english dictionary
estate pur autre vie — see estate 1 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 … Law dictionary
life estate pur autre vie — noun An estate in land which is given by a grantor to a party only for the duration of the life of a third party, and for which ownership will revert to another upon the death of that third party. Example: Joe gives property to Mike for the life… … Wiktionary
estate pur autre vie — /ssteyt par owtra vay/ See pur autre vie … Black's law dictionary
estate pur autre vie — An estate which is to endure for the life of a person other than the grantee or devisee. 33 Am J1st Life Est § 3 … Ballentine's law dictionary
autre vie — /owtra viy/ Another s life. A person holding an estate for or during the life of another is called a tenant pur autre vie, or pur terme d autre vie. See estate pur autre vie … Black's law dictionary
vie — Fr. Life; occurring in the phrases cestui que vie, pur autre vie, etc … Black's law dictionary
pur — pur, pure [ pyr ] adj. • 980; lat. purus I ♦ (Abstrait) 1 ♦ Sans mélange. ⇒ absolu, parfait. « Il n y a que le mal qui soit pur [...] Le bien est toujours mêlé de mal » (Vigny). « Il n y a pas de race pure » (Renan). ♢ Philos. Qui ne dépend pas… … Encyclopédie Universelle