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When a property is owned by a husband and wife as joint tenants, they both own the entirety of the property and the death of one results in the surviving joint tenant retaining their ownership of the entirety of the property. It is not possible for either the husband or the wife to leave their ‘share’ as a joint tenant in the property to a third party. When a husband and wife separate and commence divorce proceedings, one of the first steps taken is often to sever any joint tenancy so that the parties hold any property in their joint names as tenants in common. This enables both parties to leave their share in the property to a third party. See Practice Note: Severance of a joint tenancy.
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