• Co-owner - A purchaser from co-owner will always step into shoes of alienating co-owner and entitled to the same rights of joint possession as the vendor had - If any attempt to alter status quo is made, such as altering the character of property and yet another co-owner objects to such alteration, without predicating the property to a particular extent by working out a remedy for partition, a purchaser/co-owner cannot put the property to any use that would exclude the other co-owner.       (180) P.L.R.

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