A person holding shares or securities in a company may find that, as a result of that holding, he acquires additional shares in that or another company or that the nature of his holding is changed by the company itself. Under the normal capital gains rules, each event of this nature would constitute a disposal of his original holding and he could be faced with a tax liability when that event did not produce any cash proceeds out of which that liability could be paid.

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