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Unclear Ownership Interests on Deeds with Multiple Co-Owners

Unclear Ownership Interests on Deeds with Multiple Co-Owners

Many deeds convey an interest to three or more co-owners with no indication of the fractional ownership interest of each co-owner. These deeds raise the question of the relative co-ownership, creating complications when legal issues such as partition actions arise. There are several key factors to look at when a deed is unclear that help … Read More

Equitable Title vs. Legal Title

Quiet title within the context of a partition action in California A partition action is a court-ordered equitable division of property which brings an end to real estate co-ownership disputes by forcing the sale of jointly owned property. Most properties have clear title, meaning that it is clear who the owners of the property are. … Read More

Do I Forfeit Ownership Rights if I Leave Property Talkov Law

Adverse Possession and Co-Ownership

As partition attorneys in California, property co-owners frequently ask if ownership rights can be forfeited by a co-owner moving out of (“abandoning”) the property. More specifically, co-owners want to know if they would give up their ownership rights to a co-owned property in California just by moving out. The answer is that, generally, a co-owner … Read More

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