• Repairs (other than to rental properties) objections

    The following is a list of what we usually need to process objections about repairs (other than to rental properties). Providing supporting information will reduce delays.

    If you wish to lodge an objection about repairs (other than to rental properties), you'll need to:

    • complete and submit the relevant objection form (for taxpayers or tax professionals)
    • provide the supporting information listed below.

    Supporting Information required

    Note: If you have previously provided us with any of the information listed below, there's no need to resupply it.

    The information we require for an objection about repairs (other than to rental properties includes:

    • What was the asset you repaired? Provide a full description of the asset.
    • Why did you carry out the repair (for example, was the asset faulty or worn)?
    • Are you claiming for the cost of your own labour? If so, how much?
    • Describe the condition of the asset immediately prior to the repair, including  
      • the date of purchase or acquisition
      • what the asset is made of.
    • The nature of the repair undertaken, including  
      • the materials that were used
      • any improvements resulting from the repairs
      • whether the repairs resulted in any additions to, or additional functions for, the asset.
    • Provide copies of invoices and receipts for repairs incurred.
    • Provide copies of contracts/quotes setting out repairs to be made.

    Next steps:

    See also:

      Last modified: 24 Feb 2017QC 18984