Estate Duty Ordinance

The Estate Duty Ordinance is one of Hong Kong ordinances. It regulates the HK estate duty which was a tax imposed on capital asset - the net value of property situated in Hong Kong at the date of the taxpayer's death. It is chargeable irrespective of whether the deceased was a resident of Hong Kong.

Most commonly used sections

Cap 111 EDO Section.2 Application

Cap 111 EDO Section.3 Interpretation

Cap 111 EDO Section.5 Estate duty

Cap 111 EDO Section.6 What property is deemed to pass on death

Cap 111 EDO Section.10 Exceptions for transactions with money consideration, non-HK property, stocks & certain land in the N.T. HK.

Cap 111 EDO Section.10A Exceptions for matrimonial home

Cap 111 EDO Section.12 Payment of estate duty

Cap 111 EDO Section.13 Value of property; allowance for debts and funeral expenses

Cap 111 EDO Section.16 Increase of estate duty when delay in lodging affidavit

Cap 111 EDO Section.18 Charge of estate duty on property

Cap 111 EDO Section.22 Appeal to Court of First Instance

Cap 111 EDO Section.31 Relief in respect of quick succession where property consists of leasehold property or a business

Cap 111 EDO Section.34 Controlled companies

Cap 111 EDO Section.35 Charge on assets of controlled companies

Cap 111 EDO Section.44 Value of shares and debentures of controlled companies

Cap 111 EDO Section.45 Limitation on dispositions through a controlled company in favour of relatives

Cap 111 Sched 1 Table of Estate duty rates to be payable

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