Buildings insured by the life tenant for their full value were totally destroyed and the insurance money paid over to the life tenant. The remainderman brought suit under a statute requiring the giving of security for the protection of the remaindermen by those having limited interests in personal property. Held, the remainderman has no interest in the proceeds of the policy and cannot compel the life tenant to render security. In re Gorman's Estate, (Pa. 1936) 184 A. 86.

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