Vaught's Conjecture is a dual form of Continuum Hypothesis in model theory. It asserts that for each complete consistent theory $T$ in a countable language if $I(T,\aleph_{0})>\aleph_{0}$ then $I(T,\aleph_0)=2^{\aleph_{0}}$.

The best known result here is proved by Morley.

**For each complete theory $T$ in a countable language if $I(T,\aleph_{0})>\aleph_{1}$ then $I(T,\aleph_0)=2^{\aleph_{0}}$.**

We call this kind of overspill from $\aleph_1$ to $2^{\aleph_0}$, a Morley phenomena.

**Question.** For which non-trivial properties $P$ is the following true?

**If $\mathcal{F}$ is a family of reals (subsets of $\omega$) with $|\mathcal{F}|>\aleph_{1}$ and each set $X\in \mathcal{F}$ satisfies the property $P$ then $|\mathcal{F}|=2^{\aleph_0}$.**

In the other words, for which kind of reals do we have a Morley phenomena for families of that particular type of reals? Is there any correspondence between these type of reals and countable models of a complete theory in a countable language?