Joint Tenants in Common (JTIC)
Definition of 'Joint Tenants in Common (JTIC)'
There are a few key differences between JTIC and other forms of ownership, such as tenancy in common and joint tenancy.
* **JTIC is not a probate asset.** This means that if one of the owners dies, their share of the asset will pass directly to their heirs, without going through probate court. This can be a significant advantage for JTIC owners who want to avoid the time, expense, and hassle of probate.
* **JTIC owners can sell their shares without the consent of the other owners.** This gives JTIC owners more flexibility than joint tenants, who cannot sell their shares without the consent of all of the other joint tenants.
* **JTIC owners can have different interests in the asset.** For example, one owner may have a 50% interest in the asset, while the other owner may have a 25% interest. This is not possible with joint tenancy, where all owners must have equal shares in the asset.
JTIC can be a good option for people who want to own an asset together with someone else, but who want to retain some degree of control over their own share of the asset.
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