If one having a term of years limits it to A for life, with remainder to A's heirs or the heirs of his body, a rule analogous to that in Shelley's Case will generally apply, so as to vest the whole term in A, but this will, it seems, happen only if no intention to the contrary appears.76 Likewise, a lease for life to one, with remainder to his executors or legal representatives for a certain number of years, will usually be regarded as giving him the term of years absolutely.77 In connection with such limitations of terms of years the courts ordinarily apply the same considerations as in dealing with chattels personal. And to what extent the Rule in Shelley's Case, or an analogous rule, is strictly applicable to personal property, the cases are not entirely in accord.78