The CGT private residence exemption (see ¶15500) applies to trustees where, during the period of ownership of the trustee, the house has been the only or main residence of a person entitled to occupy it under the terms of a settlement (‘B’).

The criteria for the relief to be available in relation to the occupation of the dwelling house, residence in a territory, or meeting the day count test must be satisfied by B.


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