Treatment in accounts, Accounting Basics

Assume in Balance sheet Furniture is given @ rs.1200000. and an adjustment tells that half of the building is used for residential purpose... then what is treatment in accounts?

Ans) only 600000 worth of building is used for office purposeso only 600000 will be displaying in the balance sheet as the building used for residential reason will not be given as it is personal

 

 

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