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tenants by the entirety
Is a type of tenancy available only for married couples. Husband and wife each own the undivided whole of the property, so upon the death of one of the spouses, his/her share goes directly to the surviving spouse. A person that owns interest in a house as a tenant by the entirety may not freely dispose of that interest by will, or give away his/her … Full Definition »
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