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Please, in which practical cases can an asset be sold more than it’s fair value ?
I saw this in sales and lease back, where the excess of sale price is considered a loan.
In real life it would be very unusual.
A bank might buy something for more than FV but lease payments would presumably be very high indeed.
So, my feeling is that, outside the exam hall, it’s not something that happens much!