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The transaction will be a straightforward transfer of property as if from person to person.
Unless you sell shares from one company to the next - i.e. all the shares.
The tax will come in the form of stamp duty and there may be capital gains.
If you are transferring property for nil consideration then no stamp duty is payable.
Thereafter the new company can be sold in the usual fashion.