Farm Transfers Which Become Effective While the Parent Is Still Alive
Purchase arrangements under which the son buys the farm for money, support or other services.
Lease arrangements under which the son becomes the present operator of the farm and relies on the law of inheritance, his parent’s will, or a contract to make a will to acquire a greater interest in the farm later.
Gifts by which the parent deeds to the son part or all of the farm, or a remainder interest to take effect when the parent dies.
KeywordsReal Estate Capital Gain Family Farm Unsecured Creditor Joint Tenancy
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