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Yes, you will be liable to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) to reflect the period the property was let out less the last 9 moths when you will be deemed to be in residence even if this is not the case.
He is correct save that as it was let out then a liability to CGT arises.
You let out your sole or main domestic residence. Thus for the period it was let out a liability to CGT is created.