TJ-SP veda ITCMD sobre partilha de bens no exterior

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O Órgão Especial do Tribunal de Justiça de São Paulo (TJ-SP) declarou inconstitucional um dispositivo da Lei nº 10.705, de 2000, que prevê a competência do Estado para cobrar o Imposto sobre Transmissão Causa Mortis e Doação (ITCMD) sobre inventários ou doações realizados no exterior. Também estava prevista a tributação sobre partilhas de bens de pessoas que moravam ou possuíam bens fora do país. O Estado vai recorrer da decisão no Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF).

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