A concurrent estate or co-tenancy is a concept in property law which describes
the various ways in which property is owned by more than one person at a time. If
more than one person own the same pro...
Joint Tenancy. A type of ownership of real or Personal Property by two or more
persons in which each owns an undivided interest in the whole. In estate law ...
When two or more people own a home as a joint tenancy, each individual owns a
share (or interest) of the entire property. Joint tenants must obtain equal shares ...
... estate and/or personal property as joint tenants with rights of survivorship (
JTWROS). ... In fact, the law states that immediately upon the death of one tenant,
Property owned in joint tenancy automatically passes, without probate, to the ....
the property would go to each owner's closest relatives under state law.
Most state property laws refer to the interests of co-tenants as being "undivided" --
meaning that each has an equal right to the property without being restricted to ...
Nov 13, 2013 ... Authored by Ken LaMance, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor and ... A
joint tenancy is a form of joint possession of real property.
When there are multiple property owners, there are legal ways for the owners to
... When two people take title as joint tenants on a deed, each person has a 50 ...
Emerging in 13th-century England, the estate of joint tenancy, with its ...
appeared on page 427 of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal, Fall 2009
Article 7. Property Law: Concurrent Ownership: Joint. Tenancy and Tenancy in
Common Under Chapter. 700. John E. Talsky. Follow this and additional works at