Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
So much of a share of the net income of a trust as is reasonably attributable to the whole or a part of the *unfranked part of a *frankable distribution made by an *Australian corporate tax entity that the entity declares, in its *distribution statement, to be *conduit foreign income:
(a) is not assessable income and is not *exempt income of a beneficiary of the trust who:
(i) is a foreign resident; and
(ii) is presently entitled to the share of the income of the trust; and
(b) is an amount to which section 128B (Liability to withholding tax) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 does not apply.
A frankable distribution to which a part of the net income of a trust is reasonably attributable may be made by the Australian corporate tax entity to the trust directly, or to the trust indirectly through one or more interposed trusts.802-17(2)
The declaration must be made on or before the day on which the *distribution is made.
For a private company, this rule may bring forward the time at which the company is required to make its distribution statement: see section 202-75 .Trusts 802-17(3)
The trustee of a trust is not to be assessed (and pay tax) under section 98 , 99 or 99A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 in respect of so much of the net income of the trust as is *non-assessable non-exempt income of a beneficiary of the trust under subsection (1).