PROPERTY IN GENERAL
ESTATES IN REAL PROPERTY
55-203. Limitation of successive life estates. Successive estates for life cannot be limited, except to persons in being at the creation thereof, and all life estates subsequent to those of persons in being are void; and upon the death of those persons the remainder, if valid in its creation, takes effect in the same manner as if no other life estate had been created.
[(55-203) R.S., sec. 2852; reen. R.C. & C.L., sec. 3073; C.S., sec. 5341; I.C.A., sec. 54-203.]