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fee simple

An inheritable, possessory interest in land which may endure until the death of all lineal and collateral heirs of the first owner and which may be freely conveyed by its owner.
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It also held that his fee title includes water and forage rights as well as the right to use and maintain ditches, roads and other range improvements.
In most states, the trustee's/sheriff's deed can be issued directly to the servicer or investor, so that MERS does not end up with fee title at the conclusion of the foreclosure.
* The purchase of an additional 650,000 acres of land in fee title, mostly to go into the wilderness system and to protect biological diversity; and the authority to purchase conservation easements over the years on as much privately owned resource land as possible - theoretically all of it - to guarantee in perpetuity that the land will never be developed and to provide for recreational access as needed.
HRP reportedly holds approximately 4.8m gross acres of royalty interest and mineral fee title lands in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.