Any property that is situated abroad, and within a settlement where the settlor is non-UK domiciled, is treated as excluded property. The settlor should not be a reversionary beneficiary for these purposes. In the case of property settled by will or intestacy, it will be the date of the testator’s or intestate’s death that is relevant in terms of the settlement date. The domicile of the trustees and beneficiaries is not relevant.

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