What Happens When a Joint Owner of Massachusetts Real Estate Dies?

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When a joint owner of real estate dies, his or her interest in the property passes instantly to the surviving owner or owners. Before the property can be sold or mortgaged, evidence of the death must be recorded in either the registry of deeds or probate court.

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