Assets a husband and wife acquire by joint effort during marriage if they live in one of the eight community property states. (Wisconsin also has a similar law, but does not use the term "community property".) Each spouse owns half of the assets in the event of divorce or death.
The Scottish equivalent of tenancy in common, where each person's share in the property is clearly defined. On death the assets pass to the estate not the other parties.
In Scots law, property held by two or more persons, with each person's share of it specifically defined. The Scottish equivalent of tenancy in common. On death of one person, the assets pass to the estate, not the other parties.