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I assume it was being run as a business?
Were you earning money from it though?
Ok. Then there should be no capital gains tax payable, assuming it was your primary residence
I would suggest you complete the return and send it back.
If there is an investigation then you can instruct an accountant to deal with HRMC for you,
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Yes. There is a limit, which changes over time. The rules change year on year.
But you can dispose of a certain amount. Over this then that excess may be considered a business. But you can still convince HRMC otherwise.
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