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Recourse and Nonrecourse Debt: What Are the Federal Income Tax Consequences When the Character of Debt Changes

When encumbered property is sold, the taxation of that sale is different if the sale involves recourse debt as opposed to nonrecourse debt. This difference raises an intriguing question: when debt changes from recourse to nonrecourse, or vice versa, which rules will control? ...

Kenneth C. Weil

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