What does tenants by the entireties mean?
It means that the two people on the deed are married. The survivor of the two will inherit the property on the death of the other. In some states, it is required that married couples be listed this way on real property.
The more common usage is Tenants By the Entirety. Your second spelling is also listed in Black's Law Dictionary. They have the same meaning. Read More
If real property is held by husband and wife as tenants by the entireties does a judgment against one attach to the property?
If the title to real property is vested in a entireties estate, a money judgment would only attach if it is against BOTH the husband and the wife UNLESS the judgment is a Federal Tax Lien. Read More
If you are unmarried when you originally purchase real property in both names deed and mortgage and subsequently get married does the property become tenants in entireties?
No. In order to create an entireties estate the parties would need to execute and record a deed from John Doe and Mary Doe, formally known as Mary Maiden Name (assuming Mary changed her name), husband and wife, to John Doe and Mary Doe, husband and wife (in some states, and in others, husband and wife as an estate by the entireties). The deed should have specific language stating that its purpose is to create… Read More
Tenants are people who rent properties like a house. Read More
What if you have your parents deed and it does not say tenants by entireties and your mom is deceased do your father gain ownership of the house?
The answer depends on what tenancy IS recited in the deed, whether yours is a community property state and the state laws of intestacy which you can check out at the related question link below. Read More
Is a marriage certificate required by the bank to remove a deceased spouse from the mortgage deed in NJ?
More likely a death certificate. But there is no point to this; in my experience lenders don't normally revise recorded mortgages just to reflect the death of a spouse (when title is held either as tenants by the entireties, or as joint tenants). This is because title vests automatically in the surviving joint tenant by operation of law (at least in Indiana). But perhaps there is some quirk of New Jersey law of which I… Read More
Yes, NC is a tenancy by the entireties state. Read More
Alabama does not recognize Tenancy by the Entireties ownership Read More
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It depends on the laws of your state. What usually happens is the judgment order is served on the bank. The bank puts a hold on the entire account. Then it is decided by the court, which funds will be exempt from the account. The other account holder has to file papers claiming the amount that belongs to them. In a community property state the entire account can be garnished. In some states, (like Florida)… Read More
If one spouse has a judgment against them in a different state can the creditor pursue or force the sale of a new york state property that is held by the entireties?
No. A creditor cannot force the sale of property owned as tenants by the entirety. It could record a lien but then would need to wait. If the non-debtor spouse died they could take the property. If the debtor spouse died they would be out of luck. Read More
There are six types of tenants. These are the following: 1. Cash Tenants- tenants who pay cash as rent in the plot that they work on. 2. Share of produce Tenants- tenants who give a part of their product as rent 3. Rent-free Tenants- tenants who don't pay rent and work for free 4. Cash and Fixed Amount of Produced Tenants- tenants who give cash and a fixed quantity as rent on the people they… Read More
"The tenants agreed to ask the landlord to remove snow from the path." Read More
Not exactly. Tenants can mean the same as renters. Whereas tenets are a belief system or even a moral code. Read More
You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the… Read More
No, it is not a preposition. The word tenants is a plural noun. Read More
No. That was not a breach by the tenants. Read More
Today renting a property is one of the important sources of income for landlords. What are steps for screening tenants before signing a lease or agreement?
While renting your property, you need to ensure that your tenants are qualified for handling or residing in your property. Screening tenants helps you to get qualified tenants and you will get an opportunity to know your tenants better before signing lease or rental agreement.here are steps for screening tenants. Read More
I believe the term should be "tenets", not "tenants". Read More
Wash the previous tenants. Read More
tenants by the entirety Read More
Feudal tenants are the folks who rent betterments from a feudal landlord. Read More
vacant, without tenants called Read More
This is a tough question to answer without more information. What kind of property? If it's real estate, are you tenants in the entirety, joint tenants, or tenants in common? Read More
Which states have Tenants by the Entirety on property? Does New Mexico have it? Read More
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "tenants" (renters, residents). Read More
Depends on the state's laws, some do and some don't have tenants by entirety. Read More
Way too much information not included for an actual answer. If a landlord wishes to sell, and a tenant wishes to buy, no reason why not. But the owner of a property is not REQUIRED to sell it just because someone wants to buy it. Read More
One can find insurance for tenants by going to the Liberty Mutual website. The Liberty Mutual website offers renter's insurance that can be used to insure tenants. Read More
If this noise is a problem for other tenants, the landlord may be in violation of the lease with the other tenants. This would give them a reason to leave before their lease is up. Read More
Joint tenancy is actually a term involving ownership of property. The two most common legal forms of property ownership involving two or more people are as "joint tenants" or as "tenants in common." Spouses of one another generally take title as joint tenants, because on the death of a joint tenant the surviving joint tenant automatically becomes the owner of the property. If they had been tenants in common, the deceased person's share would have… Read More
Tenants have the right to complain about other tenants that are disruptive. If the landlord fails to act, then the tenants may take their complaint to the government department that that oversees Landlord Tenant disputes. This department has the authority to compell the landlord to take action if they can't or won't do it on their own. Read More
According to the Federal Protection of Tenants in Foreclosure Act, the bank must give 90 days notice. Some state laws forbid evicting the tenants without a reason. Read More
What does this statement mean as joint tenants with the right of survivorship and as tenants in common?
The statement is flawed. Joint tenants with the right of survivorship means that when one owner dies the surviving owner automatically owns the property. Tenants in common means that when one owner dies their interest in the property passes according to their Will or to their heirs at law according to the laws of intestacy. The correct wording of that phrase, which is commonly found in deeds, is: What does this statement mean as joint… Read More
A joint tenancy IS a form of ownership where the owners are NOT tenants in common. Read More
When it is owned as tenants by the entirety or joint tenants with another person. Read More
Yes. The actual title to your prpoperty must be registered and filed in that form. Read More
That's not a very well asked question... if you mean 'does david tennant have a grand daughter' then the answer is NOOO! he doesn't even have children! Read More
A landlady is a woman who is a landlord. A landlord or landlady owns property that other people, called tenants, live on for a monthly fee. Read More
A resident does not usually owe rent to a non resident in a house owned by "tenants in common" if the resident is one of the tenants. When a house is owned by "tenants in common", all tenants share use of the house or property. If one chooses not to use it, that is his business. (Of course, what is usual may not apply in your local area. There are also ways to end a… Read More
Yes, a landlord can prohibit dogs even if other tenants have dogs. The 'other tenants have dogs' has no relevance in this case, it is a separate contract and is not discriminatory against dog owners. Read More
Please rewrite this question so it can be answered. There was no such thing as "tenants in chief." Read More
look up joint tenants and tenants in common.Depends on how it was deeded Read More
2 leases to same tenants or different tenants? please explain Read More
Does property have to go to probate if one spouse is deceased and the surviving spouse is also listed on the Missouri warranty deed?
It depends on how they took title. The deed by which the couple acquired the property must be a survivorship deed in order to avoid probate. They must have acquired as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. If they acquired as tenants in common then the decedent's estate must be probated. It depends on how they took title. The deed by which the couple acquired the property must… Read More
When two or more people purchase land, they can own it as 'joint tenants' or as 'tenants in common'. If they own it as joint tenants, they each own an equal share of the property. If one joint tenant dies, his/her share is extinguished and the remaining joint tenant(s) is/are the owner(s). The share of the deceased joint tenant does not become part of his/her estate. A husband and wife will usually own a property… Read More