grandparents warrenty deed to uncle with subject to life estate . uncle has stroke.does property/house/deed go back to grandparents or do the guardians of his estate have control over his interest in property?
A life estate is not impacted by the grantee's incapacity. However, if the grantee has no use for the life estate, a grantee or its "estate" may negotiate a sale of the life estate at a fair market value to a purchaser. Often that sale has its highest value to the holder of the underlying property owner.
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