Joint Ownership of Property

Where property is owned by more than one person, the law recognises two forms of joint ownership. The first is called a joint tenancy and the second is called a tenancy in common.

There are specific and important differences between each type of joint ownership, which are important to know. They may have a much wider-ranging impact than you might first have thought.  You should always obtain legal advice on this issue and we are happy to explain the differences in more detail with you.

For further information please see our guide "Buying a House Together".

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