Capital Gains Tax

Valuation instructions for these types of valuations generally come from Solicitors or Accountants and are required to assist in the assessing of Captain Gains Tax liability. Often the valuer is required to apportion the value as at a particular date or to apportion a sale price. These types of instructions often require valuations of rural homesite properties wherein the principal place of residence and immediate curtilage is deemed to be Capital Gains Tax free with Capital Gains Tax then generally payable on the increase in the value of the residue parcel.