Refers to a method of executing a tax deferred exchange (aka 1031 exchange or like-kind exchange) in which the exchanger or taxpayer sells a capital asset and the proceeds from the sale are held by a qualified intermediary for up to 180 days while the exchanger endeavors to acquire a qualified replacement property or properties.
A delayed exchange is the most common method of conducting a 1031 exchange.
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