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    'A' by a settlement deed transfers property to 'P' for life, then to 'S'. 'S' dies before 'P' dies. On the death, 'P', the heir of 'S,' claims the property. Is the claim valid?

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    1. Valid, since 'S' interest is heritable
    2. Invalid, since 'S''s interest is contingent
    3. Invalid, since settlement deed is vague
    4. None of these
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