INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT 1936

SCHEDULE 2D - TAX EXEMPT ENTITIES THAT BECOME TAXABLE  

Division 57 - Tax exempt entities that become taxable  

Subdivision 57-B - Predecessors of the transition taxpayer  

SECTION 57-10   ACTIVITIES OF TRANSITION TAXPAYER ' S PREDECESSOR ATTRIBUTED TO TRANSITION TAXPAYER  

57-10(1)  
If:


(a) at the transition time, the transition taxpayer performs particular functions or carries on particular activities; and


(b) during any period before the transition taxpayer first began to perform the functions or carry on the activities, an exempt government entity performed those same functions or carried on those same activities; and


(c) at the end of the period, responsibility for performing the functions or carrying on the activities was transferred, either directly or through one or more other exempt government entities, to the transition taxpayer;

this Division applies as if, during that period, anything done by or to the exempt government entity in performing those functions or carrying on those activities had instead been done by or to the transition taxpayer.

Note:

As a result of this provision, the transition taxpayer may for example be able to deduct after the transition time, under Division 40 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 as modified by Subdivision 57-J of this Schedule, a portion of allowable capital expenditure incurred before the transition time by an exempt government entity whose functions were transferred to the transition taxpayer.

57-10(2)  
An exempt government entity is:


(a) the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory; or


(b) an STB, within the meaning of Division 1AB of Part III , that is exempt from tax under that Division.


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