Alabama Interest Statement

Alabama Renunciation and Disclaimer of Joint Tenant or Tenancy Interest
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This is a Renunciation and Disclaimer of a Joint Tenancy Interest in Property. As the surviving joint tenant, the beneficiary has gained a total interest in the described property. However, the beneficiary has chosen to disclaim his/her entire interest in the jointly held property. The beneficiary is entitled to disclaim his/her interest based upon the Alabama Code, Title 43, Chap. 8, Article 11. The form also contains a state specific acknowledgment and a certificate verifying delivery.

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