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Capital Gains Tax can generally only be charged when there is a disposal of an asset. If you sell a property
, you have made a disposal and usually, there will be Capital Gains Tax to pay.
When you re-mortgage a property, you have not actually made any disposal, as you still own the property. Therefore, even though you will have realized some of your capital, there is no Capital Gains Tax.
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