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Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 59A 2014 Inheritance Taxation

The Halsbury’s Laws Inheritance Taxation deals with the law relating to inheritance tax, including amongst other matters.

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ISBN/ISSN: 9781405790307

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The Halsbury’s Laws Inheritance Taxation title deals with the law relating to inheritance tax, including amongst other matters, lifetime transfers, valuation, and exemptions and reliefs.   



Sarah Dunn, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister; Pump Court Tax Chambers



1. Inheritance Taxation: Introduction

2. Main Charging Provisions

3. Lifetime Transfers

4. Transfer on Death

5. Settled Property

6. Exemptions and Reliefs

7. Valuation

8. Liability and Incidence

9. Payment

10. Determination of Amount of Tax Due


Other titles in the Halsbury’s Laws tax series include Vol 6 Capital Gains Taxation, Vols 30 & 31 Customs and Excise, Vols 58, 58A, 59 Income Taxation, Vol 61 Landfill Tax, Vol 78 Oil and Gas Taxation, Vol 96 Stamp Taxes, and Vol 99 VAT.

The law is stated as at 1 May 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

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