Co-tenancy: Unique Relationship of Co-Ownership

By: The Strong Firm P.C. | Published 02/12/2018


There are many situations where attorneys must address a client’s co-ownership issues.  The basis of a co-tenancy relationship is each owner’s (non-exclusive) right to use, occupy and possess each part of the property.  Co-tenants may not exclude other cotenant owners from possessing, using or occupying the same part or parcel.  Texas law recognizes three forms of co-tenancy: community property, joint tenants with the right of survivorship, and tenants in common...(read further)

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