AUSTRALIAN TAX TREATIES

United Kingdom Convention   2003 UNITED KINGDOM NOTES

No LGB 03/170  

3.  
With reference to Article 7 (Business profits), the Contracting States agree that:


(a) nothing in paragraph 3 of the Article shall permit the deduction of an expense which would not be deductible if the permanent establishment were an independent enterprise which incurred the expense; and


(b) where:


(i) a resident of a Contracting State is beneficially entitled, whether directly or through one or more interposed trust estates, to a share of the business profits of an enterprise carried on in the other Contracting State by the trustee of a trust estate other than a trust estate which is treated as a company for tax purposes; and

(ii) in relation to that enterprise, that trustee would, in accordance with the principles of Article 5, have a permanent establishment in that other State,
the enterprise carried on by the trustee shall be deemed to be a business carried on in the other State by that resident through a permanent establishment situated in that other State and that share of business profits shall be attributed to that permanent establishment.



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