Cgt provisions, Taxation

In relation to the CGT provisions, which of the following statements are correct? Explain your answer citing the relevant law.

(a) When disposal of property (CGT event A1) is by gift, the capital proceeds are taken to be nil.

(b) When an asset is sold with capital proceeds received in instalments, the capital gain will be apportioned between the years when the capital proceeds will be received.

(c) Net capital losses are not deductible against any assessable income other than a capital gain.

(d) The sale of the family sedan car may result in a capital gain or loss.

(e) On 20 October 2010 Evan signed a contract with ABC Builders to construct a building on land that Evan acquired on 5 May 2009.  Building work commenced on 30 October 2010 and the construction was completed on 20 April 2011. Evan has acquired the building for CGT purposes on 20 April 2011.

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