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Please can someone tell me. as my parents are tenants in common,

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Please can someone tell me. as my parents are tenants in common, does this mean that they each own half the property in their sole names?



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Yes, if your parents own their property as tenants-in-common then there is a presumption that each party owns 50% interest in the equity in the property (the money left over once any mortgage has been deducted.


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