USA Sale-leaseback gain recognition upon amendment/term extension


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Hi all,
I've tried researching all over what to do with a sale-leaseback lease that was amended and extended 10 years.
The issue is, the original sale-leaseback had a gain being amortized over the original term of the lease, which was not set to expire for 4 more years.
The amendment changed the original lease to expire on Aug. 2019, with the new term commencing on Sep. 2019.

Do I continue amortizing the sale-leaseback gain on the original lease term (4 more years), recognize the gain in full at date of new expiration (Aug 2019) or do I amortize the remaining gain over the new 10 year term?

Any guidance / help would be appreciated!
 
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