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What Is Tenancy In Common ?

"Tenancy in common" is a form of co-ownership. "Tenants in common" do not have rights of survivorship. At death, an owner's share passes to his or her estate and requires probate. "Tenancy in common" may own unequal shares in proportion to their contributions.

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