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Four Unities of a Joint Tenancy

Four Unities of a Joint Tenancy

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The four requirements of a joint tenancy at common law and in many jurisdictions today. The four unities are time, title, interest, and possession. If any one of these unities is broken, then the noncomplying interest is severed from the joint tenancy and becomes a tenancy in common.

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