Supplemetary question

13 February 2006

Hanson, who is still alive, conveys the "Alphabetic Drum Dove" song to Fox "in fee simple, for so long as Fox aggressively promotes the dissemination and sale of the song, but if Eidson, Stone, or Gallardo shows greater interest in exploiting it then to the one who shows the most interest. I really want this song to make the charts and anyone who has responsibility for it has a solemn obligation to make sure it makes the charts." Fox spontaneously decides to play the song in the middle of a comedy skit, and is immediately removed from the stage. He throws away his copies of the CD and erases the .mp3 and .wav files from his computer.

Who had what interest immediately after the conveyance? Who has what interest now?