Plaintiff was named life beneficiary of a trust, the legal remainder being disposed of to her children, or if she died without issue, then to H. H died before the plaintiff; and the plaintiff, establishing that she is childless and no longer capable of having issue, seeks a termination of the trust on the ground that the now intestate remainder has become vested in her, the sole heir at law of the settlor. Held, both an unrestricted life estate and the legal remainder being in the plaintiff, the trust can be terminated. White v. Weed, (N. H. 1934) 175 A. 814.
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