- Notes and Questions, bottom of 321-322
- Executory Interests, 327-333
- Problems, 334
- Review Problems, 334-335
- Notes, 335-337
- The System of Estates Chart, 338
Today we will continue covering future interests.
The lecture notes are here.
This is Henry VIII, who abolished the Statute of Uses.
He is most famous for breaking England away from the Roman Catholic Church so he could obtain a divorce from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. She did not bear him a son, and he blamed her. Now we know that the Man provides the Y-chromosome, and is responsible for determining the gender of the offspring).
Henry would go on to be married a total of 6 times, in his pursuit of a male heir. Not all of his wives faired so well
Here is the rhyme we use to remember their fates: Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived.
This helpful graphic summarizes the fate of Henry’s wives. Henry’s most famous offspring was Elizabeth, who became Queen Elizabeth I (remember Shakespeare in Love?).