In Entirety Law and Legal Definition
The term "in entirety" means "in full". It refers to a state of being whole or complete. The law may presume that some contracts or judgments are unable to be divided, and need to be understood in their entirety.
When the term "in entirety" is used to describe a tenancy or ownership of property, it refers to a joint tenancy between a husband and wife. Tenancy by the entirety has some characteristics different than other joint tenancies, such as the inability of one joint tenant to sever the ownership and differences in tax treatment.
Legal Definition list
- In Emulationem Vicini
- In Dubio, Sequendum Quod Tutius Est
- In Dubio Pro Reo
- In Dubio Haec Legis Constructio Quam Verba Ostendunt
- In Danger Of Default
- In Entirety
- In Extremis
- In Faciendo
- In Fact Dependent
- In Facto Quod Se Habet Ad Bonum Et Malum,Magis De Bono Quam De Malo Lex Intendit
- In Favorabilibus Magis Attenditur Quod Prodest Quam Quod Nocet