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.

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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Under a gift-and-loan agreement with that museum, the donors could make lifetime gifts of their entire undivided interest (but at least 1/12) in ally of their remaining art.
The lender of any debt on the property or any debt incurred to acquire an undivided interest in the property may not be related (as previously defined) to any co-owner, sponsor, manager or lessee.
For valuation purposes, a decedent's undivided interests in certain real properties held in trust were not aggregated with similar interests held in a QTIP trust.
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Second, the partnership could have completed both sides of the exchange, cashed out the exiting partners either before or after the exchange, and distributed either divided or undivided interests in the new property(ies) to the remaining partners.
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Urbanfund holds a 10% undivided interest in the complex.
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