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Assessable Transfer of Interest (ATI) qualified as an assessable transfer of interest (ATI) pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3110 et seq. S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3150(A)(4) states an ATI occurs upon conveyance of real property by “distribution from a trust, except if the distribute is the sole present beneficiary or the spouse of the sole present beneficiary, or both.” In the instant case, the parties have differing interpretations of the word “sole"

Assessable Transfer of Interest (ATI) qualified as an assessable transfer of interest (ATI) pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3110 et seq. S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3150(A)(4) states an ATI occurs upon conveyance of real property by “distribution from a trust, except if the distribute is the sole present beneficiary or the spouse of the sole present beneficiary, or both.” In the instant case, the parties have differing interpretations of the word “sole"

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Assessable Transfer of Interest (ATI) qualified as an assessable transfer of interest (ATI) pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3110 et seq. S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3150(A)(4) states an ATI occurs upon conveyance of real property by “distribution from a trust, except if the distribute is the sole present beneficiary or the spouse of the sole present beneficiary, or both.” In the instant case, the parties have differing interpretations of the word “sole"

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Assessable Transfer of Interest (ATI) qualified as an assessable transfer of interest (ATI) pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3110 et seq. S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3150(A)(4) states an ATI occurs upon conveyance of real property by “distribution from a trust, except if the distribute is the sole present beneficiary or the spouse of the sole present beneficiary, or both.” In the instant case, the parties have differing interpretations of the word “sole"

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Intl Class 036: Insurance; real estate affairs; financial affairs; monetary affairs
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qualified as an assessable transfer of interest (ATI) pursuant to S.C.Code Ann. § 12-37-3110
etse
. S.C. Code Ann. § 12-37-3150(A)(4)states an ATI occurs upon conveyance of real property by
“distribution from a trust, except if the distribute is the
solepresent 
beneficiary or the spouse of the sole present beneficiary, or both.” 
 
Inthe instant case, the parties have differing interpretations of the word
“sole".
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