Or. Admin. R. 150-118-0060 - Reciprocal Exemption of Intangible Personal Property of Nonresident Decedent

Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022

This rule applies to estates of decedents who die before January 1, 2012. Intangible personal property within the jurisdiction of the state of Oregon and owned by a nonresident of this state is exempt from inheritance tax if a like exemption is made by the laws of the state or country of decedent's residence in favor of residents of this state. There is no such exemption allowed as to property owned by a deceased resident of a state which does not impose a death tax. However, if a state has a death tax law which does not impose a tax on intangible personal property owned by a nonresident of that state, the "like exemption" requirement of ORS 118.010(4)(b) is satisfied, and Oregon would exempt intangible personal property owned by a deceased resident of that state. A nonresident is one who at the time of death had a permanent dwelling place and an official or legal residence outside the State of Oregon. To have a change of domicile there must be:

(1) Residence in a new place;
(2) Intent to abandon the old domicile; and
(3) Intent to acquire a new domicile (196 Or 256).

NOTE: For definition of the term "intangible personal property," see OAR 150-118.010(1).


Or. Admin. R. 150-118-0060
9-74; 12-19-75; RD 4-1997, f. 9-12-97, cert. ef. 12-31-97, Renumbered from 150-118.060; REV 6-2012, f. 7-20-12, cert. ef. 8-1-12; REV 8-2013, f. & cert. ef. 12-26-13; Renumbered from 150-118.010(4)(b), REV 9-2016, f. 8-10-16, cert. ef. 9/1/2016

Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 305.100

Stats. Implemented: ORS 118.010

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