The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
A lawyer recently asked about the proper wording on a deed that was conveying a house to a same sex married couple who wanted to hold as tenants by the entirety. According to a memo from the Land Court dated May 6, 2004, the proper form would be “A and B, as tenants by the entirety” without any mention of “husband and wife” or “a married couple.” There’s no problem if that language is included, but it is not required and its absence is of no consequence. With same sex marriage having been legal in Massachusetts since early 2004, property ownership by same sex spouses is becoming more and more common.
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