determinable

[adj] - capable of being determined or limited or fixed
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Determinable

De·ter'mi·na·ble adjective [ Latin determinabilis finite. See Determine , transitive verb ] Capable of being determined, definitely ascertained, decided upon, or brought to a conclusion. « Not wholly determinable from the grammatical use of the wor...
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determinable

adjective capable of being determined or limited or fixed; `determinable velocities`; `matters determinable by law`
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Determinable

• (v. t.) Capable of being determined, definitely ascertained, decided upon, or brought to a conclusion.
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Determinable

adj. Defining something that a particular event can terminate. The term is primarily used to describe a real property interest, such as a fee simple determinable where property id deeded to another.
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Determinable

1) Capable of being determined by a court. 2) Capable of being terminated on the occurrence of a particular event, usually used to describe an interest in real estate.
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