Certain assets may be bequeathed to an individual on a limited interest basis. This means that the person receives the right to enjoy the assets or the fruits of the assets (e.g. income), but generally cannot sell the assets during his or her lifetime. More importantly, he or she cannot determine who will be the beneficiary of these assets after his or her death. Examples of limited interests are a usufruct or a fiduciary interest (a fideicommissum) or being an income beneficiary of a trust.