Massachusetts law sets a thirty year limit to possibilities of reverter following a fee simple determinable or rights of entry following a free simple subject to condition subsequent. Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 184A, §7. This contrasts with the 90 year limit for executory interests. Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 190B, § 2-901. The 30 year limitation was recently applied in Town of Winchendon v. Brandywine Farms, Inc.,2018 Mass. LCR LEXIS 91, 2018 WL 2297177, 26 Land Ct. Reporter 253 (Mass. Land Ct. 2018).