entireties property
entireties property
Typically husband and wife, a form of indivisible co-ownership of realty or personality estate that upon death of one, survivor takes title to the whole estate. (Bernstein's Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terminology)

United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012.

entireties property
Typically husband and wife, a form of indivisible co-ownership of realty or personality estate that upon death of one, survivor takes title to the whole estate.

US Bankruptcy 2012.


Glossary of Bankruptcy.

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