Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Connecticut

Hello... Sarah Summons was kind enough to answer my question I posted yesterday. I just had one quick question or clarification about her response. I did a Quitclaim Deed with my Mom to have me added to the deed along with her as we are refinancing our home. The Quitclaim we did was done on a standard form used in CT - New Haven County. Not sure if that form implies joint tenants with the right of survivorship or tenants in common. If you could please clarify this for me, I would greatly appreciate your expertise. Please advise and thank you for your help !!!

Asked on 5/19/13, 5:54 pm

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Sarah Summons Law Offices of Sarah F. Summons
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Look at the Quit claim deed to see how your mother conveyed the property to you and herself.

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Answered on 5/20/13, 9:57 am
Linda Subbloie Linda A. Subbloie, Esq.
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If your intention was to convey the property as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, the deed must state so, otherwise you own the property as tenants in common.

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Answered on 5/20/13, 10:29 am

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