Q&A TEST3

Q&A TEST3 - Q&A Tenancy in common If you and I own...

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Tenancy in common – If you and I own telluride condo as joint tenants, when you die your ownership can be willed Joint tenancy – the key of joint tenancy is right of survivorship. This means that if one of the joint tenants dies, all ownership goes to the other. BFOQ – bonified occupational qualification is a real good reason to have this qualification for this job. This is an exception to prejudice. This can apply to hooters. A bfoq is a candidate has to be female. Acting applies. - Cant use BFOQ for race and color - Can use for national origin Easement with a property with an easement, it runs with the land forever. This applies for the benefitor - for the burdened property the buyer has to know about the existing easement The right of bailor becomes the duty of the bailee An implication is an implied easement. Necessity has an implied easement as well. - EX: a landlocked property has an implied easement to cross the land Periodic tenancy – does not have a defined term, just a defined rent period
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Q&A TEST3 - Q&A Tenancy in common If you and I own...

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