Inheritance Tax - 1999
Inheritance Taxes, formerly Capital Transfer Tax
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|In Re Ratcliffe, Deceased |
|19 Mar 1999
|Inheritance Tax, Wills and Probate
|When apportioning a residuary estate between charitable and non-charitable beneficiaries, the debts should be paid first, the estate divided, and only then the Inheritance Tax calculated. The gross division system used in this case had prejudiced the non-charitable beneficiaries.|
|Grimwood-Taylor and Another -v- Inland Revenue  UKSC SPC00223|
|23 Nov 1999
|SCIT INHERITANCE TAX -Exempt transfers and relief - Business property - Relevant business property - Shares held by Deceased in two companies - Whether the business carried on by the companies was excluded from business property relief as consisting wholly or mainly of one or more of dealing in securities, stocks or shares, land or buildings or making or holding investments - Whether the relevant companies were, with one or more other companies members of a group - Whether the business of the company or either of them was carried on otherwise than for gain - Inheritance Tax Act 1984 Sections 103, 104, 105, 111 and 112.|