Two elderly sisters have lost their battle to not have to pay
inheritance tax on the property they share if one of them
The sisters, Joyce and Sybil Burden,
had attempted to avoid inheritance tax on their £875,000 property they share,
claiming same sex-couples and married couples were allowed to inherit a home tax
free if one of the partners die.
They lost their battle in the
European Court of Human
Rights by just four votes to three.
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