Call Us Now 1300 900 440
"*" indicates required fields
Step 1 of 12
This is the typical manner of holding for married or de facto partners where the property cannot be distributed in a will. On the death of one of the persons owning the property, the deceased person’s share of the property will pass to the joint owner irrespective of the terms of the deceased’s will. If you wish to include this property in a will DO NOT choose Joint Tenants.
Your manner of holding will default to joint tenancy if you do not specify your preference in the transfer of land document.
Tenants in Common is used where there are several owners of the land who wish to divide the property ownership via a percentage basis or to be able to distribute their share via a Will. On the death of one of the persons owning the property, the deceased person’s share of the property will pass to the beneficiaries specified in the deceased’s will.
Our conveyancing team are ready to help you just submit your details and we will be back to you shortly.