A tenancy by the entirety is a type of joint property ownership acquired by one or both spouses during marriage. Each spouse receives the right of survivorship, meaning that when one spouse dies, his or her interest automatically passes to the other spouse without having to go through probate court. The interest must not be given to only one of the spouses as a gift, through inheritance, or as separate property.
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