Inheriting in France from my UK-based parents?

My parents live in the UK and have assets there, some of which will eventually come my way. I am a French resident and have dual nationality. What are the liabilities for UK and French tax?

Nationality is irrelevant to tax liability. If the estate is British, it will be subject to UK inheritance tax.

As to French tax, general legal principles come into play as well as special ones in a Franco-British double tax treaty on inheritance tax.

As a matter of general law, if the deceased was non-French resident but ...

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