Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
In the case of a foreign hybrid company, references in this Subdivision that relate to partnerships are to be read subject to Subdivision 830-B . For example, a reference to a partner will be a reference to a shareholder in the company who is treated by Subdivision 830-B as a partner.
This section applies to a *limited partner in a *foreign hybrid in relation to an income year if the sum of the following amounts:
(a) any amount (a foreign hybrid revenue loss amount ) allowable to the partner as a deduction under subsection 92(2) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 in respect of a *partnership loss of the foreign hybrid for the income year;
(b) any *foreign hybrid net capital loss amount of the partner in respect of the foreign hybrid for the income year;
exceeds the partner's *loss exposure amount for the income year.Reduction in foreign hybrid revenue loss amount or foreign hybrid net capital loss amount 830-45(2)
If this section applies, the amount mentioned in paragraph (1)(a) or (b), or each of the amounts mentioned in those paragraphs, is reduced so that in total they equal the partner's *loss exposure amount. The partner must choose how much of the reduction is applied to each of the amounts. Effect of reducing foreign hybrid net capital loss amount 830-45(3)
If the partner's *foreign hybrid net capital loss amount in respect of the *foreign hybrid for the income year is reduced under subsection (2), the partner's *net capital gain or *net capital loss for the income year is worked out by assuming that the *capital gains and *capital losses taken into account in working out the partner's foreign hybrid net capital loss amount were instead a capital loss equal to the foreign hybrid net capital loss amount after the reduction.