determinable
de·ter·min·able adj
1: capable of being determined, ascertained, or decided upon
2: liable to be terminated upon the occurrence of a contingency

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

determinable
I (ascertainable) adjective accountable, admitting of decision, amenable to measurement, appraisable, appreciable, assessable, capable of decision, certifiable, cognizable, computable, construable, countable, decipherable, deducible, definable, detectible, discernible, discoverable, distinguishable, estimable, explainable, explicable, fathomable, fixable, gaugeable, interpretable, judicable, knowable, measurable, mensurable, noticeable, observable, perceivable, perceptible, resolvable, solvable, subject to measurement, surveyable, that may be determined, translatable, verifiable, workable associated concepts: determinable period of usefulness foreign phrases:
- Terminus annorum certus debet esse et determinatus. — A term of years ought to be certain and determinate.
II (liable to be terminated) adjective approaching an end, approaching the finish, coming to an end, drawing to a close, having the possibility of termination, liable to be completed, liable to be discontinued, liable to be dropped, liable to be ended, liable to come to an end, liable to expire, nearing completion, subject to be concluded, subject to cancellation, subject to discontinuance, subject to termination, terminable, with the end in sight associated concepts: determinable fee, determinable interest, determinable remainder in fee III index accountable (explainable), appreciable, ascertainable, provable, solvable

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


determinable
adj.
(1) Able to be known or ascertained.
(2) Terminable; able to be ended if a particular condition occurs.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


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.
Category: Real Estate & Rental Property
Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits

Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.


determinable
Liable to come to an end upon the happening of a certain contingency. Susceptible of being determined, found out, definitely decided upon, or settled.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


determinable
Liable to come to an end upon the happening of a certain contingency. Susceptible of being determined, found out, definitely decided upon, or settled.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

determinable
adj.
   defining something which may be terminated upon the occurrence of a particular event, used primarily to describe an interest in real property, such as a fee simple determinable, in which property is deeded to another, but may revert to the giver or go to a third person if, as examples, the receiver (grantee) marries, divorces or no longer lives in the house.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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