ѕaru (x_saru_x) wrote in little_details,

Joint tenancy with right of survivorship

I looked up JTWROS and other co-ownership types on Google and Wikipedia, but didn't get any answer to my real question. I was hoping someone could help me out?

My story is set in present-day South Korea. Two of my characters are co-owners of a hotel, by Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship. The thing is they're not on the best of terms, so co-owner A wants to give the other a hard time. Is it possible for A to break the arrangement and manage to pass his share over to a third party, via his will? If so, how can B prevent that from happening?

Thanks in advance!
Tags: korea (misc)

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