Where, as here, stipulated facts show that the defendant in fi. fa. conveyed the land levied upon to a claimant for a valuable consideration, the deed containing a clause to the effect that the grantor reserved the right to occupy the conveyed land without paying rent "so long as he desires to do so," the reservation is not a life estate, since by its plain terms it may be terminated at will; and it was therefore not subject to the levy, and the court erred in ruling against the claimant. Code 61-101; Harber & Brother v. Nash, 126 Ga. 777 (55 S. E. 928). Compare Mitchell v. Spillers, 203 Ga. 565 (47 S. E. 2d 564).
James H. Pate, for plaintiff in error.