Special provisions apply to persons with limited interests in the residue of the whole or part of an estate during the administration period (or part of it) (see ¶62730).

A person is deemed to have a limited interest if he does not have an absolute interest and the income of the residue (or part of it) would be properly payable to him, or directly or indirectly paid for his benefit, if the residue had been ascertained at the commencement of the administration period. A life interest is a limited interest.

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