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Titles to real property acquired originally and by transfer inter vivos

by Ralph W. Aigler

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Published by West Pub. Co. in St. Paul .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Real property -- United States -- Cases,
  • Land titles -- United States -- Cases

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ralph W. Aigler.
    GenreCases.
    SeriesCases on the law of property -- v. 3, American casebook series
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 953 p. :
    Number of Pages953
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23348672M
    LC Control Number16015578
    OCLC/WorldCa1723854

    Inter Vivos Law and Legal Definition. Inter vivos is a Latin term meaning "among the living". It usually refers to the transfer of property by agreement between living persons and not by a gift through a will. An inter-vivos gift is thus a gift made while someone is alive. . (4) Real property as a general rule must be transferred by deed; personal property does not need so solemn a mode of transfer. (5) Contracts relating to real property must be in writing by the Statute of Frauds, 29 Car. II. C. 3, s. 4; contracts relating to personal property need only be in writing when it is expressly so provided by statute.

    Inter Vivos Transfers of Ownership in Family Firms James R. Hines Jr., Niklas Potrafke, Marina Riem, Christoph Schinke NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Public Economics, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship This paper examines the determinants of inter vivos (lifetime) transfers of ownership in German family firms between and The modern law of real property: with an appendix containing the Vendor and Purchaser Act, , the Conveyancing Acts, to , the Settled Land Act, to , the Married Women's Property Acts, and , the Trustee Act, , ss. , and the Land Transfer Act, (part 1).

    Principles of Taxation for Business and Investment Planning, Edition (16th Edition) Edit edition. Problem 34TF from Chapter An inter vivos transfer is a gratuitous transfer of property. It is possible that the United States may tax the transfer of inheritances, as it does the transfers of property inter vivos, by requiring revenue stamps to be attached to bills of sale and deeds of conveyance. But the failure of the individual to affix the stamp, or to pay the tax, does not affect his title to the property.


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2nd ed. Paul, Minn.: West, MLaw Catalog Cases on the Law of Bankruptcy: Including the Law of Fraudulent Conveyances. 2nd ed. Holbrook, co-author. BOOK REVIEWS Titles to Real Property, Acquired Originally and by Transfer inter vivos.

By Ralph W. Aigler, University of Michigan Law School. Volume 3 of Cases on the Law of Property. American Casebook Series. Published by West Publishing Co., St. Paul. xx, The point of departure in any criticism of a casebook on Prop.

Cases and materials on the law of titles to real property: acquired originally and by transfer inter vivos. Author/Creator: Aigler, Ralph William, Language€ Cases and Materials on Modern Property Law American Casebook.

Sheldon F. Kurtz, Moynihan's Introduction to the Law of Real Property: An Sheldon F. Kurtz, Cases and. Transfer of property inter vivos.

Book VIII. of the Draft Common The causal and abstract transfer theories regarding the transfer of ownership and other real rights developed in the 19th Author: Lars Van Vliet. Gift Inter Vivos: A gift given during the life of the grantor.

Following a gift inter vivos, the grantor no longer has any rights to the property, and can not get it back without the permission of Author: Julia Kagan. The Ninth Circuit, affirming the Tax Court, has ruled that the full fair market value of residential property must be included in the decedent's gross estate, finding that the decedent retained income and economic enjoyment from the property and that the inter vivos transfer of the property was not a bona fide sale for adequate and full consideration under Sec.

inter vivos transfer: A property transfer occurring between two individuals still living. Inter vivos transfers are often used during the planning of an estate where property is transferred during a time the recipient can still get use out of the property.

It also takes the property out of the estate which may have tax advantages. These. Aigler, Ralph W. (Ralph William), Titles to real property acquired originally and by transfer inter vivos / (St.

Paul: West Pub. Co., ) (page images at HathiTrust) See also what's at. An inter vivos transfer is a transfer of property made between living people. For example, where you give someone a flat-out gift of property, that is an inter vivos transfer and that property would not be part of your probate estate when you die because, obviously, you no longer own it.

Function of Deed: a writing (necessary under the Statute of Frauds) to transfer property from one living person to another (inter vivos transfer). Delivery and Acceptance of the Deed: *Deed alone insufficient to transfer property- Must also have (1) delivery; and (2) acceptance.

] Book Reviews Chapter II of McDougal and Haber consists of pages on "How Claims are Established." Apparently the thought back of this caption is much like that back of Aigler's "Titles to Real Property Acquired Originally and by Transfer Inter Vivos ". Oklahoma Code - Title — Property. OKLAHOMA STATUTES.

TITLE PROPERTY _____ § Definition of property. The ownership of a thing is the right of one or more persons to possess and use it to the exclusion of others. In this Chapter the thing of which there may be ownership is called property. R.L, § § The history of English land law can be traced into Roman times, and through the Dark Ages under Saxon monarchs where, as for most of human history, land was the dominant source of personal wealth.

English land law transformed from the industrial revolution and over the 19th century, as the political power of the landed aristocracy diminished, and modern legislation increasingly made land a. personal property so firmly attached to real property that an interest in it arises under real property law.

Inter vivos - gift is made by a donor during her lifetime. Causa mortis - gift made by a donor in contemplation of her imminent death.

the temporary transfer of personal property by one party (the bailor) to another (the bailee). Transactions taking place between individuals who are alive rather than when one of the parties is either dead (e.g., estate) or is contemplating death.

For example, a deed may transfer ownership in land while the people are living. Another example is an inter vivos. van Vliet, Lars, Transfer of Property Inter Vivos (February 1, ). Chapter 7 in: Comparative Property Law: Global Perspectives, Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, Edited by Michele Graziadei and Lionel Smith, ; Maastricht European Private Law Institute Working Paper No.

/: Lars van Vliet.Inter Vivos Transfers or Bequests? 97 actually faced by an estate is 37 percent. Estates between $10 million and $ million face a marginal rate of 60 percent, offsetting the lower rates applied to smaller amounts.5 If wealthy families wish to reduce the number of times dynastic wealth is taxed, they might choose to make bequests that skip.§ Real property (inter vivos transactions) 1 § Situs law.

Verreaux v.as follows: " And the validity of any transfer of real estate by act of the owner, whether inter vivos or by will, is to be determined, even as regards the capacity of the grantor or testator, by the law of the State in which the land is situated.