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Explanation: Although it does not sound natural, please note that in some countries spouses have separate property (which belongs to themselves) and community property (which belongs jointly to the spouses)
community (of) property OR community property regime
Explanation: OR community of assets (community of property)
The sharing of ownership of matrimonial property, such as the home and furniture, as an automatic consequence of marriage.
All property, other than separate property, acquired during marriage.
COMMUNITY PROPERTY - Property acquired by a couple during their marriage. Refers to the system in some states for dividing the couple's property in a divorce or upon the death of one spouse. In this system, everything a husband and wife acquire once they are married is owned equally (fifty-fifty) by both of them, regardless of who provided the money to purchase the asset or whose name the asset is held in.
Dictionary of Law, Oxford University Press The 'Lectric Law Library's Lexicon