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Capital gain on transfer of land

S Gopal (audit) (44 Points)

24 August 2011  

Please suggest on this:

In one case A has an entered an agreement with  B to sell the Land, and after 5 years B sold land to C.

 B has not taken the possession, but paid the consideration.

Pls suggest how to compute capital gain & How. A detailed reply is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 1 Replies

Desi Mojito (Chartered Accountant) (142 Points)
Replied 24 August 2011

Taking possession is immaterial to compute cg where consideration has been paid. Sale of land by B to C will be taxable as LTCG. Cost of Acquisition to B will be the amount paid to A.

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