Tenants by the Entirety

A form of concurrent ownership of property in which each owner holds an indivisible interest with a right of survivorship. Created only between spouses. This means that each spouse technically owns the whole property, such that neither husband nor wife, acting alone, can convey an interest in the property to a third party. In most circumstances a creditor of only one spouse cannot execute upon property held as tenants by the entireties.

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