If you’re an Australian resident, Ca[ital Gains Tax applies to your assets anywhere in the world. You pay tax on the gain of property that is sold. That is totally different form any inheritance tax paid in Finland.
When you sell or otherwise dispose of an asset it's called a CGT event. This is the point at which you make a capital gain or capital loss.
You'll be taken to have acquired the property at its market value at the date of death. If the executor or trustee has had it valued, get a copy of that valuation report. Otherwise, you'll need to get your own valuation. This will be your COST and the difference in that and the sell will be gain or loss.
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