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    #16
    We are back to the fact that you did not pay anything to acquire the property, so what you tell Land Registry is the value only applies to the registration fee that you will be required to pay.

    It still does not mean you can value the land as though you bought it.

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      #17
      I just want to avoid paying any capital gains tax on land that I valued at £99000, I'm no financial adviser perhaps I should get in touch with one. Originally I thought that If I was putting my own collateral into an investment I would be entitled to deduct the element from any future sale hence the top end valuation, but maybe this is not the case.

      The land registry require a valuation.

      Thanks

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