Title to property is equivalent to ownership. If property is titled only in your name, you are the sole owner. If the property is titled in more than one name, it is jointly-owned property. In South Dakota, the most common types of jointly-owned property are joint tenancy with the right of survivorship and tenancy in common.
In South Dakota, what are the two most common types of property ownership?
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