Income Tax Assessment Act 1936
Pt X inserted by No 5 of 1991.
Where property has been held by the eligible CFC in a non-attributable income period in relation to the application of a depreciation provision to the property (in relation to the eligible CFC and the eligible taxpayer) prior to the eligible period, subsection (2) applies. 398(2)
Such amount as the Commissioner considers appropriate to take account of the holding of the property as mentioned in subsection (1) is, under the depreciation provision:
(a) a notional allowable deduction to the eligible CFC; or
(b) included in the notional assessable income of the eligible CFC;
as the case requires, for the eligible period in relation to the eligible taxpayer, in substitution for any amount that would otherwise be so included or allowable.398(3)
For the purpose of exercising his or her power under subsection (2) to determine a notional allowable deduction in relation to:
(a) former sections 54 to 62 of this Act; or
(b) the former Division 42 (Depreciation) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (other than Subdivisions 42-L and 42-M); or
(c) Division 40 of that Act (other than Subdivision 40-E );
the Commissioner must assume that the property was used by the eligible CFC during any non-attributable income period wholly and exclusively for the purpose of producing notional assessable income.
S 398(3) amended by No 101 of 2006 , s 3 and Sch 2 item 459, by amending references to repealed inoperative provisions, effective 14 September 2006. For application and savings provisions see the CCH Australian Income Tax Legislation archive .
S 398(3) substituted by No 77 of 2001 and amended by No 79 of 2000.
S 398 amended by No 121 of 1997 and inserted by No 5 of 1991.
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