What types of ownership does not allow the right of partition?
A) TENANCY BY THE ENTIRETY
B) JOINT TENANCY
C) TENANCY IN COMMON
D) COMMUNITY PROPERTY
Tenancy by the entirety does not allow for the right of partition. Tenancy of the entirety is an undivided ownership between husband and wife, and if one dies the other will be entitled to the decedents by the right of survivorship. Joint Tenancy – A type of ownership between two or more people, all shares are equal and can be bought and sold. If an owner dies, that deceased owners...