"Re-conversion is that imaginary process by which a prior constructive conversion is annulled and taken away, and the constructively converted property is restored, in contemplation of a court of equity, to its original actual quality." 11

Re-conversion may take place either by the election of the party interested, or by operation of law. Where the property to be converted is to be for the use of a party absolutely he may elect to take the property in its original form, and if in such a case the party so interested dies before conversion has been effected, reconversion will take place by operation of law.

11 Ford vs. Ford, 80 Mich., 42; 44 N. W., 1057; Eaton on Equity, Sec. 105.