undivided interest

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Undivided Interest

A form of communal ownership in which all owners share possession jointly and severally. That is, owners with undivided interest collectively own a single piece of property rather than each owning a portion of it. Decisions regarding the property must be made as a group.
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undivided interest

Ownership that is shared with other co-owners,but not as to any particularly identifiable portion of the whole.

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8 Each co-owner must share in all revenues generated by the property and all costs associated with the property in proportion to the co-owner's undivided interest.
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when two or more plaintiffs having separate and distinct demands unite in a single suit, it is essential that the demand of each be of the requisite jurisdictional amount; but when several plaintiffs unite to enforce a single title or right in which they have a common and undivided interest, it is enough if their interests collectively equal the jurisdictional amount.(12)
Any one of the co-owners may not contribute to the payment of expenses by renouncing so much of his undivided interest as may be equivalent to his share of the expenses and taxes.