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Hi.You don't have to pay CGT if you make a gift of a property to a charity. If you sell the property to the charity at a discount to its open market value, then you may have CGT to pay if the sum you sell it for is more than you paid for it and your totla net gains for the year exceed the annual CGT exemption. Take a look here for confirmation.The first £11,000 of gains you make in a tax year are exempt from CGT.I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.