It has been argued that, where a beneficiary has a life interest under a settlement, the source of the beneficiary’s income is not the settlement itself but is the settled property. The authority for this is Archer-Shee v Baker (1927) 11 TC 749, in which Lord Wrenbury stated in the House of Lords:

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