Administration Of Wills/Trusts/ And Estates
Beyond the basic requirement of a legally enforceable contract that suggest the issues in real estate, outline at least three issues that should be part of the real estate contract and justify your selections.
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In an agreement involving the right to acquire property, which of the following are conditions that must be met in order for the IRS to accept the purchase price set in the agreement as a valid measurement of the value of the property being acquired? The purchase price must be determined by an independent appraisal submitted with an informational gift tax return regardless of the value of the property. The agreement must be a bona fide business arrangement. The agreement cannot be an attempt to transfer the property to a family member for less than full and adequate consideration. The terms of the agreement must be comparable to those that would be entered into by persons in an arm's-length transaction A) I and III B) II and IV C) I and IV D) II, III, and IV
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