Joint Tenants vs Tenants in Common

Joint Tenants vs Tenants in common - Arrow White Blog

Joint Tenants are joint property owners.

This means that when one owner passes away the property ownership will automatically be assumed by the surviving owner.

Tenants in Common is a share in a property.

There can be multiple shares, and therefore multiple owners of the respective property, When an owner of a share dies, it is transferred according to their will or the rules of intestacy.

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