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A deed is a written document that transfers title of property from one or more grantors to one or more grantees, and a warranty deed is one type. Joint tenancy is a particular way for more than one person to hold title i... More »

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Potential hazards and risks of joint tenancy include the vulnerability of inheriting or becoming liable for the debts or liabilities of the other tenants, explains the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Joint tenan... More »

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The right of survivorship in a joint tenancy deed means when a joint owner of a piece of property dies, the deceased's interest in the property is transferred to the remaining owner or owners, The Free Dictionary by Farl... More »

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Whereas joint tenancy gives each individual listed on a title undivided shares of a home, tenants in common may own more, less or equal percentage of the property, according to SFGate. If no form of ownership is chosen w... More »

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A warranty deed is a legal document used in real estate transactions that transfers property ownership between two parties. The warranty deed establishes legal ownership and also ensures that the property is free of lien... More »

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Title is a legal term that means ownership while a deed is a legal document that serves to transfer the title of a piece of property from one party to another. The terms are used most often in the field of real estate, b... More »

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A survivorship deed is a legal document that establishes joint tenancy of property between two parties. When one party dies, the surviving party automatically inherits the deceased's part of the property. More »

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