The word “equitable” has been used a lot lately and it has a lot of connotations surrounding it.
This is probably one of the most misunderstood words in the world. It’s a word that is used when you want to give someone something that they’d be hard pressed to get for themselves. “Equitable” is the opposite of that. In order to ‘equitably’ give someone something, you would have to have some idea of how you’re going to divide up the rest.
This is particularly true when youre looking to give someone a piece of your property or a piece of your business, such as your real estate. Equitable division is the principle of dividing up the property between two people so that all of the profit or loss is split evenly between the two. It is called equitable because youre not breaking up your business, youre dividing up your business.
Well, no. This is the principle where youre not breaking up your business because you don’t make a profit. Equitable division is the most common principle used in real estate.
Equitable title in real estate is also called equity division or equalizing the title. In this case, youre dividing up the equity (your property) in two people. The person who owns it gets more of the money but the person who gets the title, i.e. the person who owns the title, gets less of the money. Think of this as your business going to a different person, the person who owns the title.
Equitable title is a way for you to split up ownership of your property into two people. It allows people to retain ownership of the property without using it and without giving that person any money. A simple example of equitable title is if you have an apartment, and you have a roommate. The person who owns the apartment gives you the rent, but the person who owns the apartment has the title, and thus, gives you the rent.
It’s easy to see how equitable title could work for one person to get a title for a property, but it does require more than one person to have that title. In that case the people who own the property would be two different people.
The problem here is that a person would have to own the property to get the title. But the person who owns the property doesn’t own the title they have. Thus, equitable title would not work in the case of one person owning an apartment and another person being a roommate.
An equitable title is one that gives the owner of the property ownership of the title. The problem is we are talking about a one-person property, but in real estate this property would be owned by a number of different people.
What a solution could be is to have the equitable title be a letter that grants ownership of the property to a number of different people. The letter would need to be signed by the owner of the property and the owner of the letter would need to have a legal title to the property. This solution would have to be specific for the apartment in question. For instance, a one-bedroom apartment would have to have the letter which grants ownership of the property to someone with a legal title to the apartment.