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Date Published

September 27, 2017

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

Subjects

General, Real Property Law, Tax Law

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Summary

Extending the 180 Day Exchange Period: How to Make 1031 Construction and Development Exchanges Work in a World Where it Can Take a Year to Get Property Entitled.

- Non-Safe Harbor Reverse Exchanges After Estate of Bartell v. Commissioner, 147 T.C. No. 5 (August 10, 2016) – A Solution for Newly-Constructed Replacement Property Exchanges, Which Take More than 180 days to Construct
- Extending the Exchange Period beyond 180 Days - Alternatives
- Drop & Swap Update – Tax-Free Cash Outs Available, if Planned Correctly
- The “Held For” Requirement(s) – Recurring Issues to Consider
- Administration and Congressional Proposals re: Exchanges – Extinction Ahead?
- The State of State Tax Departments’ Scrutiny of Exchanges
- Recent Rulings from the IRS
- Safe Harbor Reverse Exchanges For Clients with Multiple Affiliated and Related Companies – How to Exchange when You Don’t Know Which Entity will Sell the Relinquished Property?
The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.

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Presenters

Richard E. Marsh, Jr.
Richard E. Marsh, Jr., P.A.


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