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What are an executors legal requirments for a person with value

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What are an executors legal requirments for a person with value of estate less than $15000, particularly with regard to death duties?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Australia Law
Expert:  Peter G. replied 6 years ago.

Peter J R Gauld :

There are no death duties as such in Australia. The estate may be liable for taxation; you would need to see an accountant about this.

Peter J R Gauld :

This may not have answered your question - please come back if you require further clarification. For example, you may need to obtain probate; but only in some circumstances.

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