- The condition of being single, complete, or consistent without any division
- A required characteristic relating to time, title, interest, or possession in a joint ownership which must be equal for all co-owners
- The unity of the property prevented it from being divided among the heirs.
- In joint tenancy, the principle of unity requires all owners to have the same degree of interest, title, time and possession.
- The unity of purpose in the legal team helped them win the case.