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You would look at the tax value at time of inheritance and then value at time of sale.You would owe capital gains on your 10% if there was a gain in this period.There is no depreciation if you did not use it as a rental property.This would be the only taxes due here and thats only if there was a gain.It shouldn't be that much on the 10% you owned here.You can check with county tax assessor for the valuation from 28 years ago, they should be able to provide that.
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