Property Law is one of the areas where the legal jargon can be so confusing that a property owner may not even understand what they own. This is especially true where there are multiple owners of the same piece of property. To clear up some of the confusion, I put together this primer on a portion of Property Law that I call “Concurrent Interests 101.” I still remember the first time that I understood the difference between tenancy in common and joint tenancy. Professor Kane, you were right, I would need to know this someday!
There are three types of concurrent interests in property: tenancy in common, joint tenancy and tenancy by entirety. Continue Reading Concurrent Interests 101 – A Property Law Primer