Income Tax Assessment Act 1997

CHAPTER 3 - SPECIALIST LIABILITY RULES  

PART 3-3 - CAPITAL GAINS AND LOSSES: SPECIAL TOPICS  

Division 128 - Effect of death  

General rules  

SECTION 128-20   When does an asset pass to a beneficiary?  

128-20(1)  
A *CGT asset passes to a beneficiary in your estate if the beneficiary becomes the owner of the asset:


(a) under your will, or that will as varied by a court order; or


(b) by operation of an intestacy law, or such a law as varied by a court order; or


(c) because it is appropriated to the beneficiary by your legal personal representative in satisfaction of a pecuniary legacy or some other interest or share in your estate; or


(d) under a deed of arrangement if:


(i) the beneficiary entered into the deed to settle a claim to participate in the distribution of your estate; and

(ii) any consideration given by the beneficiary for the asset consisted only of the variation or waiver of a claim to one or more other *CGT assets that formed part of your estate.

(It does not matter whether the asset is transmitted directly to the beneficiary or is transferred to the beneficiary by your *legal personal representative.)

128-20(2)  
A *CGT asset does not pass to a beneficiary in your estate if the beneficiary becomes the owner of the asset because your *legal personal representative transfers it under a power of sale.


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