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In Michigan, spouses have the option of owning property by the entirety, which functions like a joint tenancy in that the surviving spouse will immediately take ownership of the property on the death of the other spouse. Michigan recognizes joint tenancy with right of survivorship as a common form of joint ownership.
Michigan provides an exemption from sales or use tax on machinery or equipment used in industrial processing and in their repair and maintenance. The exemption does not include tangible personal property affixed to and becoming a structural part of real estate.
MCL 205.94(1)(a). Property, the storage, use, or other consumption of which this state is prohibited from taxing under the constitution or laws of the United States, or under the constitution of this state. MCL 205.94(1)(b).
Notwithstanding the presumptions above, Michigan law also permits the creation of a joint tenancy. There are two basic forms of joint tenancy: (i) a joint tenancy; and (ii) a joint tenancy with a full right of survivorship.
If you own the home jointly with your spouse then you do not need to register your home rights as you are already an owner of the property. This means that you have a right to live in the family home, and it cannot be sold or mortgaged without you giving your consent and signing the relevant documents.

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If the wifes name is not on the deed, it doesnt matter. Its still marital property because it was bought during the marriage. This makes it marital property and is still split between both parties. The wife is entitled to receive either equal share or equitable share of the house.
The contents of your Trust remain private because a Living Trust in Michigan avoids Probate Court. A Last Will and Testament and its contents, on the other hand, are made public only when they enter Probate Court, usually within a few weeks after there has been a passing.
Software or data that is delivered electronically and computer services are taxable.
Under Auto-Owners, the taxability of cloud computing products depends upon whether the software at issue is downloaded in its entirety; if the software is downloaded only in part, the incidental to service test must be applied. If merely accessed remotely, the software is exempt.
Sometimes both spouses own a home and the deed lists both as owners. Other times, only one spouse owns the house. In either instance, the answer is no. One spouse cannot sell the couples residence without the consent of the other.

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