estate by entirety

Definition of "estate by entirety"
  1. A form of shared property ownership generally reserved for married couples where each owns the undivided whole of the property
How to use "estate by entirety" in a sentence
  1. The shared home is held as an estate by entirety, protecting it from individual creditors.
  2. Estate by entirety ensures one spouse can't sell their interest without the other's consent.
  3. In an estate by entirety, both parties have equal right to enjoy the property.

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