Pullen v Palmer: 1696

The essential difference between tenants in common and joint tenants is that while tenants in common may hold their lands either by several titles or by several rights, joint tenants hold them by one title and by one right. There is no difference as to the possession and manner of taking profits.


(1696) 3 Salk 207


England and Wales

Land, Trusts

Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.190119