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Thank you for your query. The simple answer to your question is yes, this is perfectly legal. However, just for some additional advice, the person receiving any such sums of money may be acting unlawfully if they fail to declare the money for taxation reasons such as income tax, Capital Gains etc. but the action of the transfer itself if entirely legal.
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