Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
For each *sub-fund of a *CCIV, the business, *assets and *liabilities of the sub-fund are taken to constitute the trust estate of a separate trust, of which the CCIV is the trustee and the *members of the sub-fund are the beneficiaries. 195-110(2)
A trust that is taken to exist because of the application of subsection (1) to a *sub-fund of a *CCIV is a CCIV sub-fund trust .
Because of subsection 195-105(1) , the tax treatment of the CCIV in those capacities excludes the tax treatment that would otherwise apply to the CCIV as a company. Also, the tax treatment of members of the CCIV is based on them being treated as beneficiaries of their respective CCIV sub-fund trusts, to the exclusion of the tax treatment that would otherwise apply to them as members of a company.
CCIV A has only one sub-fund (sub-fund A). CCIV B has only one sub-fund (sub-fund B).
CCIV A holds shares in CCIV B. The shares are referable to sub-fund B. They are assets of sub-fund A.
In its capacity as trustee of the CCIV sub-fund trust for sub-fund A, CCIV A is a beneficiary of the CCIV sub-fund trust for sub-fund B.
A CCIV has 2 sub-funds: sub-fund A and sub-fund B.
In its capacity as trustee of the CCIV sub-fund trust for sub-fund A, the CCIV is a beneficiary of the CCIV sub-fund trust for sub-fund B.