One persons name appears on the title absolute
the named person has now married but the name has not been changed on the title absolute
Tenant in common the meaning of this please
I take it that as you married you give up yours rights to the property that was in your name only
Sorry for this still a little confused
Are you saying that if you married and only your name was on the deed. The day you married you give your husband half of your property on divorce as the deeds say expect in a trust corporation
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