remainderman


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Remainderman

One who receives the principal of a trust when it is dissolved.

Remainder Man

The person or organization that receives what remains of a trust at its dissolution. That is, once all obligations to the beneficiary have been satisfied and all expenses have been paid, the remainder man receives the rest of the assets in the trust. The remainder man only receives these assets at the end of the trust's life; it may or may not be the same person as the trustor.

remainderman

A person or organization that is to receive the remaining interest in a property or estate after prior interests have been satisfied.
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To avoid this unexpected gift from the income beneficiary to the remainderman, the Crumrney power may be limited to a level that does not exceed the allowable lapsing right gift tax exemption (i.
46) Thus, a life tenant can qualify for the homestead creditor exemption with a life estate, but the Florida Supreme Court has determined that a remainderman cannot qualify with a remainder interest.
L is the life income beneficiary, and R is the remainderman.
This duty to act fairly confers a wide discretion upon trustees(35) enabling them to act partially but honestly(36) by favoring an elderly penurious life tenant needing income at the expense of a wealthy remainderman, especially where the life tenant was close to the testator or settlor and the remainderman is a more remote relative or a charity.
However, a retained interest which is not a right to receive a fixed amount or a fixed percentage of the fair market value of the property in trust at least annually is disregarded, but only if the remainderman is a "member of the transferor's family.
However, the IRS states in the preamble that it may consider whether there should be any change in the treatment of the charitable remainderman participating in such a transaction.
The amount of the gift to each remainderman should be the present value of one-third of the $8,000 deemed to be transferred.
The capital of the trust belonged to the remainderman even when the specific assets making up the original capital were replaced by other assets.
The land was held in an unusual remainderman interest, where in order to maximize the tax shelter benefits in the building, the land was held as an estate for years by the Integrated partnership formed by Integrated Resources.
Under the actuarial method of allocation, the investment company is not an FPHC if the investment company earns $2 million of income, since the majority of the stock would be attributed to the NRA remainderman.
21] The right to the income is not a present interest even if B is also the remainderman entitled to the property on the termination of the trust.
Unlike in NPOs, there exists in trusts a dichotomy of interests between the income beneficiary and the remainderman.