Income tax: capital gains: where no amount of money or other consideration is given for the acquisition of any of the rights, or an interest in any of the rights, under a policy of life assurance, and the person acquiring such rights is not the original beneficial owner, will subsection 160ZH(9) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 deem market value consideration in subsection 160ZZI(3) ?
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2. In the context of section 160ZZI, Part IIIA is only intended to apply where the person making the disposal of any of the rights, or an interest in any of the rights, under a policy of life assurance is not the original beneficial owner and acquired such rights or interest for an actual amount of money or other consideration.
- are inherited from a deceased estate; or
- are assigned by way of gift; or
- come to be owned outright by a joint tenant following the death of the other joint tenant.
Example: In July 1990, George took out a 10 year endowment life assurance policy. George is the original beneficial owner of the rights under the policy.In December 1992, George disposed of his rights under the policy to his wife, Joan, who did not pay an amount of money or give any other consideration in respect of the acquisition.Subsection 160ZZI(2) will apply to any subsequent disposal by Joan of the rights under the policy.
Commissioner of Taxation
NO CGT Cell CGTDET92
life assurance policy
original beneficial owner