Where land is conveyed by deed, or devised by will, upon contingent remainder, executory
devise, or other limitation, any judgment of partition rendered in an action or special
proceeding in the superior court authorizing a division or partition of said lands,
and to which the life tenant or tenants, and all other persons then in being, or not
in being, take such land as if the contingency had then happened, are parties, and
those unborn being duly represented by guardian ad litem, such judgment of partition
authorizing division or partition of said lands among the respective tenants and remaindermen
or executory devisees, will be valid and binding upon all parties thereto and upon
all other persons not then in being.
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