"Increasing numbers of people have connections with one country, but live and work in another, frequently owning property or investments in several countries. As such, international aspects arise in an increasing number of estates. Different countries may have separate arrangements for ownership, taxation, and succession. International Succession equips practitioners with the information necessary to navigate problems involving these different systems." "Although lawyers would often advise only on the law of the jurisdictions in which they are based, seeking advice from lawyers in other countries, this book will save the practitioner the time - and expense - of ascertaining the basics concerning the inheritance systems in different countries, offering clear and easy to use information on the laws of inheritance and succession." "Each country's report is based on responses to a comprehensive questionnaire that considers the practical issues arising from the jurisdiction's individual laws, making it easy for users to make specific comparisons between the laws of one country and another. The book covers fifty countries with entries written by experts from each country, making it an invaluable resource for the busy practitioner." "This title is an improved and expanded version of International Succession, edited by Louis Garb and published by Kluwer Law International, 2004. This edition, published in hardback form, will also be supplemented annually in between editions to update the individual country entries." "This book will appeal to solicitors and barristers specialising in private client whose practice involves work with an international element. This will include solicitors working in private practice or in-house in banks and trust companies; barristers; and trust managers working in banks and trust companies. It is likely also to have secondary markets among judges, notaries, consulates, and registrars of civil status."--BOOK JACKET.
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K7230 .I58 2010
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press,