Maximov v. United States,
373 U.S. 49 (1963)

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Maximov v. United States, 373 U.S. 49 (1963)

Maximov v. United States

No. 240

Argued March 28, 1963

Decided April 29, 1963

373 U.S. 49


An American trust, created in the United States under Connecticut law and administered in the United States by an American trustee, the beneficiaries of which are British subjects and residents and which retains capital gains income realized in this country, is not exempt from federal income tax on such gains by virtue of a provision of the Income Tax Convention between the United States and the United Kingdom which exempts capital gains of a "resident of the United Kingdom." Pp. 373 U. S. 49-56.

299 F.2d 565, affirmed.

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