There are intricacies to the buying, selling or refinancing of a property in the province of Alberta. Just the language of a real estate contract can be intimidating.
For example, do you know whether the terms Joint Tenants and Tenants in Common mean the same thing (See bottom of the page for the answer).
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Answer: Tenants in Common own separate shares in a property; Joint Tenants own the entire property together.