reasonable user

reasonable user
The use of property by a co-owner which is not capricious, irresponsible, or malicious, but in one of the ordinary methods of reaping profits from property of like character and in like circumstances. 20 Am J2d Coten § 37. Where two persons own a motor vehicle as tenants in common, the limitation of the right of each is that he is bound so to exercise his rights in the property as not to interfere with the rights of his cotenant. State ex rel. Fold v Karel, 131 Fla 305, 180 So 3. See reasonable use doctrine.

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