When we talk about a title which is taken in fee simple we're talking about a title that lasts forever and can be inherited or disposed of according to the owners wishes.
Is this true or false ?
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Whenever a title is taken in fee simple the owner is entitled to the full range of the bundle of legal rights which accompany the title, which include all of the rights which come with ownership of the property which include the rights to lease, enjoy, will the property to heirs, sell it or forget it.