Arnab, Ragini and Dhrupad partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio 3:1:1. On 31st March 2015, they dissolve their firm. On that date their B/S was as follows: 



 
Liablities Rs Assets Rs.
Creditors 60000 Building  300000
Arnab’s Brother’s Loan 95000 Investments 250000
Druphad’s Loan 100000 Stock 150000
Investment Fluctuation Fund 50000 Sundry Debtors         170000                    30000
Capital A - 275000   Less: Provision for Doubtful Debts 20000 150000
B - 200000   Bank 50000
C- 170000 645000 Profit and Loss Account 50000
  950000   950000
 
The assets were realised and the liabilities were paid as under: 
(i) Arnab agreed to pay his brother's loan. 
(ii) Investments realised 20% less. 
(iii) Creditors were paid at 10% less. 
(iv) Building was auctioned for Rs.. 3,55,000 Commission on auction was 5,000/ -. 
(V) 50% of the stock was taken over by Ragini at market price which was 20% less than  
book value and the remaining was sold at market price. 
(vi) Dissolution expenses were Rs.. 8,000. Rs. 3,000 were to be borne by the firm and the balance 
by Dhrupad. The expenses were paid by him. 
Realisation Account, Bank Account and Partners' Capital Accounts. 

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