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The following properties have been owned by a business for more than one year.  Which of them would not qualify for Section 1231 treatment on its disposal?

  • a.  Property held for rental  income
  • b.  Depreciable assets used in the business
  • c.  Stock held in Inventory
  • d.  Leasehold improvements
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