Definitions for "Tenancy by the Entirety"
A type of property ownership that applies to married couples in some, but not all states. It stipulates that both spouses have the equal rights to use/benefit (enjoyment) from their entire property. Upon the death of one spouse, the surviving spouse retains title and all rights to use/benefit from the property. This is their "right of survivorship."
Joint tenancy ownership between spouses. This type of property ownership is used only in certain states. See Joint tenancy.
A form of joint tenancy for husbands and wives. Neither spouse can separately convey to break the tenancy.
Keywords:  pweu, kwreu, taoert, apbs, epb
Keywords:  tenant, common
tenancy in common tenant