Balance Sheet Adjustment

Just going through a Ltd Co set of of accounts and have come across the following problem.

Co A's (development Co) BS show a property @ 88k and a mortgage of 65k.

All the relevant documents show that the property and mortgage do not belong to Co A, but Co B (construction Co).

Of information obtained from the Director, it appears that when the original purchase was made, Co A was the intended owner but funding would only be granted if taken in the name of Co B.

To remove it from the BS would leave Co B as a debtor for 23k. This 23k increase is due to payments made to Co B for renovation etc on the rental property.

No interest charges or rental income had been processed through Co B?

Director was involved with Co B, however this Co went into liquidation several years ago and the IP's were not interested in selling the property due to negative equity.

So do I just leave it as a long term Debtor and thus correct the property side of the BS?

It would be handy to write the debt off, but I can not see that being a possible.

Any thoughts.

 

 

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If Co B no longer exists

taxhound |
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Wht about the mortgagee?

Old Greying Accountant |
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Ah, the mortgage

puzzel |
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What did IP do?

Ian Bee |

IP charges

puzzel |
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