In relation to an estate in fee simple, persons other than the beneficial owner of the land and minerals1 may have a power to dispose absolutely of land and minerals. These powers include those of the tenant for life of settled land2, trustees3, personal representatives4, mortgagees5 and persons having an interest in land subject to compulsory acquisition6.
If the land and minerals are partnership property, a disposition of them is governed by
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