§36-1-15. Contingent remainder; validity; indestructibility.
A contingent remainder shall in no case fail for want of a particular estate to support it, nor because of the termination of a preceding particular estate by merger, forfeiture, or in any other manner, before the contingent remainder shall have been vested. It is the intent and purpose of this section to abolish the common-law doctrine of the destructibility of contingent remainders.