Inheritance tax is payable and calculated on the value of assets at the date of the death of the deceased. It is possible that when the assets come to be sold that the value of the assets may have altered: the value may have increased, thereby triggering a capital gains tax liability or may have decreased. In the case of two types of asset, it may be possible to substitute the sale value for the probate value and thereby adjust the amount of inheritance tax due.

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