Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2015
Property Tax Annotations
220.0000 CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP
220.0775 Trusts. A trustee's discretionary power to invade principal for the benefit of the remainder beneficiaries does not preclude the applicability of the interspousal exclusion where the surviving spouse is entitled to receive all of the trust income during his lifetime under the terms of the trust instrument. Interests created by powers of appointment are characterized as "future" interests, as opposed to "present" interests and therefore, do not affect the present beneficiary's enjoyment of the trust principal, except in certain cases for determining the amount of the $1,000,000 parent-child exclusion. C 6/16/1995; C 1/20/2000.