and how much land area is in each?
2、How is an individual property described?
3、Some of the more common ways to convey title are explained in
the Business Owner’s Toolkit.
4、In states that do not recognize tenancy by the entirety, what kind
of conveyance will be created?
5、What does tenants by the entirety mean? What happens when the
husband and wife who own property as tenants by the entirety
6、Should married couples who own property together hold it as
community property? Why or why not, and what might be a
7、Survivorship rights. This right to specify who shall receive your
property at your death is considered so important that, under the
law, tenancy in common is preferred over other forms of
8、Ownership rights. Each common owner may enter on the
common property, take possession of the whole, occupy and
utilize every portion of the property at all times and in all
9、Joint Tenancy requires that conditions must be present (such as
the two receiving their interest in the property at the same time) or
a tenancy in common is created by default.
10、Tenancy by the Entirety is not available to all homeowners. It is
available only to married couples who take title to their home in
this ownership form. As discussed in the article, it also is not
available in all states.
11、Community Property law exists in only a relatively small group
of states. With this form of ownership, the creditors of one spouse
can reach the entire value of the property, not just that spouse's