Beal Bank, SSB v. Almand and Associates, 780 So.2d 45
The unities of interest, title, and time apply to joint tenancies with right of survivorship; thus, the owners' interests in the property must be identical, must have originated in the identical conveyance, and must have commenced simultaneously.
Sitomer v. Orlan, 660 So.2d 1111
Fla.App. 4 Dist.,1995
Central characteristics of joint tenancy bank account are: unity of possession; unity of interest; unity of title; and unity of time.
Kuebler v. Kuebler, 131 So.2d 211
Fla.App. 2 Dist.,1961
Unity of time, title, interest and possession are generally necessary and requisite to creation and continuance of joint tenancy.
Weed v. Knox, 27 So.2d 419
Joint tenants have unity of interest, title, time, and possession, whereas tenants in common may have unity of possession only and coparceners derive their title by inheritance.
Andrews v. Andrews, 21 So.2d 205
In "joint tenancy", in addition to unity of possession, the interest must be the same, must have originated in the identical conveyance, and must therefore have commenced simultaneously, and there is the added characteristic of survivorship.