Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 15. Conveyances
Section 110. Conveyances Construed as Creating Tenancy in Common.
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AS 34.15.110. Conveyances Construed as Creating Tenancy in Common.

(a) A conveyance or devise of land or an interest in land made to two or more persons, other than to executors and trustees, as such, shall be construed to create a tenancy in common in the estate, except as provided in (b) of this section and AS 34.77.100 .

(b) A husband and wife who acquire title in real property hold the estate as tenants by the entirety, except as provided by AS 34.77.100 or unless it is expressly declared otherwise in the conveyance or devise. The conveyance shall recite the marital status of the parties acquiring title to the real property.

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