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May 11, 2016

Smith, Sein and Tate Author ‘Ten Unexpected Issues When a Property Sale Becomes an Entity Sale’

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Partner Chris M. Smith (New York-Real Estate), counsel Robert J. Sein (Real Estate-New York) and associate Jeffrey B. Tate (Tax-Washington, DC) authored an article for the May 2016 Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Real Estate Journal titled “Ten Unexpected Issues When a Property Sale Becomes an Entity Sale.” In this article, the authors discuss unanticipated issues and unintended consequences that may result when real property is sold by way of a sale of equity interests in an entity.

The Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Real Estate Journal provides coverage of the latest news, analysis and commentary on the trends and issues affecting areas of real estate tax planning, including passive loss rules, tax-free exchanges, workouts and REITs.

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