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estate duty

estate duty

estate duty

estate duty

estate duty

estate duty

MINCHIN, Charles Owen (1844 - 1930), late Chief Clerk, Estate Duty Office

Using Cayman Islands Trusts in Hong Kong Estate Duty Planning

NORMAN, Arthur William (1850 - 1928), Assistant Secretary, Estate Duty Office, Inland Revenue, 1908–13

SOWARD, Alfred (Walter) (1856 - 1949), a Com. of Inland Revenue 1916–18; Controller of Death Duties and Secretary of the Estate Duty Office, 1908–18; Assistant, 1904

ALLEN, (Walter) John (Gardener) (1916 - 1999), Controller, Capital Taxes Office (formerly Estate Duty Office), Inland Revenue, 1974–78

Memorandum of Conditions regarding the manufacture of salt and the levy of duties within the Lawa Estate, between Great Britain and Lawa, signed at Lawa, 17 January 1879

International Academy of Estate and Trust Law papers: trust arbitration; a call for specialization and an end to the costs and delays of ‘case management’; codification of trustees’ fiduciary and non-fiduciary duties and their powers; comparison of the US Uniform Trust Code and the Chinese Trust Law; differing views of ‘fiduciary duty in the UK and the USA; where the Supreme Court has left Hastings-Bass and Gibbon v Mitchell; China trusts; creative trust litigation; the craft of estate planning; Asia pacific and other regional developments; and a quartet of essential new trust related books from OUP

Piercy, William (1886 - 1966), Member of Board (formerly Chairman), Industrial and Commercial Finance Corporation Ltd; Chairman, Ship Mortgage Finance Co. Ltd; Chairman, Estate Duties Investment Trust; Member of Court and Senate of University of London; a Governor of University of Birmingham and of London School of Economics

 

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A UK tax formerly levied on the estate of a dead person. It was based on the total value of the estate, with exemption for small estates. Estate duty has been replaced, first by capital transfer tax, and then in 1986 by inheritance tax.

Subjects: Economics.


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