Administratively binding advice

Administratively binding advice is written advice we give you in limited circumstances - usually when the law does not allow us to give you a ruling. For example, advice on any of the following:

  • superannuation or any other law where your liability is worked out and is a law that does not have a legally binding rulings system
  • the tax consequences to a company planning a takeover bid of another company (without the consent of the target company)
  • a scheme proposed by a company not yet incorporated or a trust that is not settled
  • a scheme where private or public infrastructure matters are raised and there are no entities yet in existence that can request a private ruling.

To apply for administratively binding advice, refer to How to apply for administratively binding advice

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    Last modified: 05 Jan 2016QC 18607