Real property wealth tax

Real property wealth tax

The principle as regards real property wealth tax is that the usufructuary is taxable on the value of the asset under full ownership: the bare owner is not taxable (Article 885 G of the FTC). 

Exceptions to this principle include:

  • Assets where bare ownership is transferred to a presumed non-heir;

  • Gifts of the bare ownership of securities by a former company officer under certain conditions.

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