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law & practice of estate duty

V. Balasubrahmaniam

law & practice of estate duty

by V. Balasubrahmaniam

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Published by N. M. Tripathi in Bombay .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby V. Balasubrahmaniam.
The Physical Object
Pagination726,98, xxxiiip.
Number of Pages726
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20597637M

By Maartens Heynike. The practice of attorneys trading as estate agents is nothing new. From times immemorial attorneys have, together with their other services, applied their skills and expertise in the estate agency industry (Incorporated Law Society of the Orange Free State v Kalil and Meltz (3) SA (O) at F).On 1 August , the Estate Agency Affairs Act of (the Act. Where the deceased left real estate either as owner or by inheritance this Law shall not apply and nothing in this law shall affect the duty of the applicant to pay fees on any landed property in or outside the State. 5. Power of review. The Chief Judge may by Statutory Instrument review the maximum value of estates to be regarded as small.

1. Real Estate Legal Aspects (Book) 1. Real Estate Practice (Book) 1. Real Estate Law 5th Edition (Practice Book) 1 Real Estate Practice 3rd. Edition (Practice Book) In good condition (NEW) used twice only! TO SEE OTHER ITEMS FOR SALE: _sale Read more Practice Estate Books Real Sponsored Link. The usual practice is that the Public Trustee is appointed administrator where the small estate of an individual who died intestate is administered without a Grant. Estate Duty: In order to obtain the Certificate of Proper Officer certain documents must be lodged in the Estate Division of the Inland Revenue Department.

The Estate Duty Act 45 of aims: to impose an estate duty upon the estates of deceased persons, to repeal the Death Duties Act, , and; to provide for matters incidental thereto. Commencement. 1 April Amendments. Amended by Taxation Laws Amendment Act 34 of ; Amended by Rates and Monetary Amounts and Amendment of Revenue Laws. An individual or a trust company can act as trustee, and the fiduciary obligations may vary depending upon the size and extent of the estate. Trust assets may be tangible property, financial holdings or real estate, but just as in the case of an estate executor, the trustee is .


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