How do I own property jointly with others
If you are buying a property with one or more other people, there are two ways in which you can jointly own property and you must decide which of those two different ways suits you needs and circumstances best. You can decide to own the property as either Joint Tenants or as Tenants in Common.
“Tenant” in this context is NOT the same as someone renting a property.
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