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69 documents for tenancy by the entirety texas
  • is granted to a person or persons in several types. The most common type of ownership seen is a grant in fee simple, which grants to a person absolutely and unconditionally. Such a grant gives the person the right to the entire real estate with power to possess it and to transfer it to other persons. If two or more persons are granted , there are several ways they may own it together. One way is known as a "tenancy in common." This form of ownership gives the owners a unity of possession with separate and distinct titles to the real estate belonging to each owner. Each owner has a right to separately convey and transfer his/her title to the real estate. If one of the owners dies, his or her title passes t...

    ... of survivorship, but not tenancy by entirety and community property. A grant of ownership of ... Tennessee Code §66-1-102 onward. TEXAS. Texas recognizes the following types of joint ...

  • ... a separate "homestead" right as defined by Texas law. Under Texas statutory and constitutional ... lien to interests in tenancies by the entirety. Post, at 719-720. Quite apart from the fact that ... was, not merely that interests in a tenancy by the entirety could not be sold to satisfy a ...

  • ... for a term of years, the periodic tenancy, and the tenancy at will. The landlord in Garner, ... Garner, "will examine the lease in its entirety as well as the context in which the bargain was ...Tamanaha, Understanding Legal Realism, 87 TEXAS L. REV. 731, 734 (2009). . (229) Sullivan, supra ...

  • The law of affects the legal rights and obligations of the spouses toward one another and toward the world. Discussed here is the law of as it applies to the ownership and buying and selling of real estate. Previously the common law limited a wife's right to own real estate independent of her husband. Such laws now have been repealed or declared unconstitutional and unenforceable. Black's Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition. Regardless of the state of residence of either spouse, real estate owned separately by a prior to their marriage remains their separate real estate. The marital status of a person affects his or her ability to sell or convey real estate. Information pertaining to real estate purchased during a marriage, as wel...

    ... or wife during their marriage is a tenancy in common unless the conveyance expressly states ... wife during their marriage is tenancy by entirety unless declared otherwise in the conveyance. ...TEXAS. In Texas, during the marriage, the husband and ...

  • ... tax-delinquent husband as tenants by the entirety. Mrs. Barczyk, who does not owe unpaid taxes to ... survivorship interest guaranteed by her tenancy by the entirety. . When a person fails to ... of property jointly owned by spouses under Texas's homestead law when only one spouse owed ...

  • ... that they owned as tenants by the entirety. Subsequently, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ... attached to the husband's interest in the tenancy by the entirety. The District Court granted the ...Texas law provided that "'the owner or claimant of the ...

  • Paychecks that would otherwise remain separate pass through joint accounts from which either spouse can withdraw funds for use by the household.4 Joint bank accounts provide an avenue for the sharing of marital resources and therefore appear to epitomize the ideal of contemporary marriage-a marriage between partners who share everything, including money.5 The ownership of a joint bank account is viewed as evidence that spouses treat each other as true partners by pooling their income, while the lack of a joint account is seen as proof that a couple is not really married.6 The overwhelming majority of scholarship on joint accounts focuses on the survivorship feature of the accounts. In most states, the spouse who deposits the money is the one who owns the contents of the account, and th...

    ... for joint accounts that are held in joint tenancy.62. A minority of states, including Michigan, ... states, not only allows tenancy by the entirety in personal property, it presumes it.68 When a ...

  • D owned undivided fractional interests in 64 works of contemporary art. In valuing certain of those fractional interests, pursuant to IRC sec. 2703(a)(2) the court disregard D's agreement by which he waived his right to institute a partition action with respect to some of the works of art and thereby relinquished an important use of his fractional interests in those works. By notice of deficiency issued to petitioners (notice), respondent determined an estate tax deficiency of $9,068,265. Petitioners are the coexecutors of the Estate of James A. Elkins Jr (estate), and are decedent's daughters. The court hold that, in order to account for the foregoing uncertainties, a hypothetical buyer and seller of all or a portion of decedent's interests in the art would agree to a 10% discount from...

    ... petition, petitioners resided in Houston, Texas. The Art. Decedent (sometimes, Mr. Elkins) and ... purpose of selling the item * * * in its entirety." Section 13 states that the lease and the ...: "If this language was not in the co-tenancy agreement, any individual interest owner would ...

  • Dual federalism is dead, but its spirit continues to haunt contemporary discussions of federalism. Neither courts nor scholars embrace dual federalism's goal of creating exclusive and non-overlapping spheres of state and national authority. Nevertheless, the dualist conception of federalism as a line-drawing exercise persists. This Article offers an alternative conception that understands the interaction of national and state governments, rather than their separation, as the primary means of realizing the aims of federalism. The focus on drawing lines between state and federal authority has led current federalism doctrine in unfortunate directions. In an attempt to create a protected realm of state control, the Rehnquist Court used the concept of "noncommercial" activity as a limit on...

    ..."Don't mess with Texas" captures a certain cultural self-identification. ... relationship would be closer to a joint tenancy. The states and the federal government generally ... ("[T]he historical record, viewed in its entirety, fails to support the existence of state autonomy ...

  • ... his wife Carolyn own as tenants by the entirety. Mrs. Barr argues on appeal, as she did before ... of the component interests of a tenancy by the entirety reinforces this intuitive ... occupied their home as a homestead under Texas law. Id. Texas law provides that, at the death of ...

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