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cotenancy

n. the situation when more than one person has an interest in real property at the same time, which may include tenancy in common, joint tenancy or tenancy by the entirety. (See: cotenant, tenancy in common, joint tenancy, tenancy by the entirety, community property)

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Thus, the IRS and the courts may consider a cotenancy to be a partnership for tax purposes if the business activity of the cotenancy resembles a partnership.
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This model of cotenancy as an instrument of competition was further elaborated in Smith (1988, 1993) and tested experimentally in the context of a natural gas pipeline network funded by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Rassenti, Reynolds and Smith 1994).
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If it is determined that a tax cotenancy is in the taxpayers' best interests, then a form of ownership under state law must be chosen that will be respected as such for federal tax purposes.
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In Octagon Gas, Judge Baldock remanded to the bankruptcy court to determine whether a sale of the debtor's assets in a chapter 11 plan was free and clear of a cotenancy in "proceeds" of natural gas claimed by a buyer of that cotenancy.
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In either case, a surviving spouse takes sole title if the other dies before dissolution of the cotenancy.