Co-owner definition

Co-owner means a Person who owns an Ownership Interest and a Co-Owner of a Series means a Person who owns an Ownership Interest of the Series.
Co-owner means a person having an interest in real property, the nature of which is identical to that of the interest of the owner who contracted for the improvement to the real property, whether the extent of such interest is identical or not.
Co-owner means a person, firm, corporation, partnership, association, trust or other legal entity, or any combination thereof, who owns an apartment within the building;

More Definitions of Co-owner

Co-owner means the Public School Facilities Authority, on behalf of the Public School Capital Outlay Council that is funding or partially funding the project.
Co-owner means a joint tenant, whether in law or in equity, or a tenant in common, whether at law or in equity, of any property.
Co-owner means a person, firm, corporation, partnership, association, trust or other legal entity or any combination thereof who or which owns one or more units in the Condominium Project. A land contract vendee of a unit in this project shall be the coOwner for all purposes relating to the project. The term “owner”, whenever used, shall be synonymous with the term “co-owner”.
Co-owner means a person, corporation, or other legal entity capable of holding or owning any interest in real property who owns all or an interest in an apartment within the building.
Co-owner means a person who owns co-owned property with a judgment debtor;
Co-owner means each individual who has been approved by us to share the Account and who is individually and jointly responsible for repaying all amounts due on the Account. Co-Owners are also individually and jointly responsible for complying with the terms of this Agreement.
Co-owner means the owner of an undivided share in any estate;