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that they cannot be transferred from him. or i-case to be his, without liis own act or default. 2 1,1. Comm. 389. In the law of wills, a bequest or devise "to be the absolute property" of the bonolicinrv. mav pass a title in fee simple. Myers v. Anderson, 1 Strob. Eq. (S. C.) 344, 47 Am. Pec. ."37; Fackler v. Berry, !)3 Va. 5(h), 25 S. E. 8S7. 57 Am. St. Rep. S11 >. Or it may mean that the property is to be held free from any limitation or condition or free from any control or disposition on the part of others. Wilson v. White. 133 Ind. 014, 33 N. E. 3(11. 19 L. R. A. 581 ; Williams v. Vaneleave. 7 T. B. Mon. (Ky.) 388, ."'.).">.
By Henry Campbell Black