A father conveyed real estate to his daughter three years before his death by warranty deeds, absolute on their face but with the oral understanding that the father was to have all the income from the property during his lifetime. In a letter which the daughter wrote to her father several years later the terms of this oral agreement are given, but this letter, set forth in the statement of facts, is apparently not relied on by the court since no mention of it is made in the opinion. Held, that the gift was taxable under the inheritance tax law. In re Ogden's Estate, 209 Wis. 162, 244 N. W. 571.
TAXATION - PROPERTY SUBJECT TO INHERITANCE TAX - EFFECT OF RESERVATION OF LIFE INCOME,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol32/iss1/27