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Q: Which type of property ownership allows each person to own his or her share independently and retains the right to transfer that share by sale or will? A. tenancy in common. B. joint tenancy with
right of survivorship. C. community property ownership. D. tenancy with reservation.
A: The correct answer is B. joint tenancy with right of survivorship. Thank you for using Weegy!
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The type of property ownership allows each person to own his or her share independently and retains the right to transfer that share by sale or will is called A. tenancy in common.
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