Actual or individual rights can be exchanged. We are talking about things like the right of law, the right of credit, the inheritance tax, etc. The exchange contract is the contract used if both parties have something of interest to the other and they decide to agree to an exchange. An example of this type of contract could be a door exchange. Document C: Abandoned Property Transfer Agreement (2 pages) Abandoned Property Award Contract (this document rejects interchange rights in the sale portion of the transaction to qualified intermediary) Document F: Identification Note (three properties rule) (1 page) Identification – Three ownership rule (this document is used, To facilitate deferred exchange requirements) Depending on what you wish to exchange (exchange of home , furniture, money, rights, etc., we can distinguish different models of contracts. Each type of contract will have its own characteristics. In general, an exchange contract is very similar to the sales and sales contract. In both cases, it is an agreement between two parties to trade goods in order to make a profit. The main difference is that in the exchange contract, goods are exchanged for goods and not for money. For example, two people agree to transfer the domain of one or more things to each other. An exchange contract gives them an advantage over the purchase and sale.
Document D:Addendum to Exchange Agreement (1 page) Addendum to the exchange agreement (this document is necessary for the purchaser of the surrendered property to collaborate with the seller of the property (the interchange) to fulfill the buyer`s role in the deferred exchange) A similar exchange is recognized as a tax deferral technique in accordance with code Section 1031. When real estate used in commercial activities or held for investments is exchanged for real estate of the same nature, no profit or loss from the stock exchange is recorded and profits that would otherwise be recorded will be deferred. In the event of deferred profit, a basic adjustment is made on the replacement property received by the interchange, so that the unaccounted for profit will be recorded in the future if (or if) the replacement property is later transferred to a taxable transaction. Like-kind property refers to properties of the same nature, character or class.