This is the standard form of ownership for unrelated buyers and is generally presumed to be the way they hold title if nothing else appears to the contrary. The shares are presumed to be equal unless stated otherwise on the deed, and each of the tenants has equal rights of possession. There is no right of survivorship; each tenant-in-common should note in his will the person or persons to whom his share will pass.

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