What is the benefit of holding my main residence as Tenants in common instead of Joint tenancy?

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In a Tenancy in common situation the house is automatically passed to the other joint owner without the Will having any impact. In a Tenants in common situation the share of the house of the deceased spouse is transferred according to instructions in that deceased persons Will. For example it could get passed to a trust for protection and potential IHT savings.

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