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Alaska Statutes Title 34. Property § 34.15.130. Joint tenancy abolished

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Joint tenancy, with the exception of interests in personalty and tenancy by the entirety, is abolished. ?Except as provided in AS 34.15.110(b) and AS 34.77.100, persons having an undivided interest in real property are considered tenants in common.

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