Not sure of the answer but something to look into..
If you buy the company you may be allowing the previous owner avoid the capital gains on the property.
What about capital depreciation? If the previous owner has depreciated the building this may need to be paid back when you want to sell the building.
You chose to ignore my answer to your question so please, please go to someone whose advice you respect and get answers to the following questions.
Do the values on a company's Balance Sheet determine the price of the company's shares?
What does (accumulated) depreciation measure and how does it impact the value of the company?
What does the DfdTax measure and when will it be paid/received?
What is the income tax imposed on Ltds that hold realestate?
Will a lender give me a loan to buy ppty held within an Ltd?
Was Leslie correct about the undisclosed liability?
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