Income Tax Assessment Act 1936

SCHEDULE 2F - TRUST LOSSES AND OTHER DEDUCTIONS  

Division 267 - Income tax consequences for non-fixed trusts of change in ownership or control  

Subdivision 267-B - Deducting tax losses, and certain amounts in respect of debts, from earlier years  

SECTION 267-40   IF THERE ARE INDIVIDUALS WITH MORE THAN A 50% STAKE IN INCOME OR CAPITAL, MORE THAN A 50% STAKE IN INCOME OR CAPITAL MUST BE MAINTAINED  

When trust must meet condition

267-40(1)  
If at any time (the test time ) in the test period, individuals (the threshold group ) have more than a 50% stake in the income or capital of the trust, the trust must meet the condition in subsection (2).

To find out whether individuals have more than a 50% stake in the income or capital of the trust: see Subdivision 269-C .

Condition

267-40(2)  
The condition is that, during the period beginning at the test time and finishing at the end of the test period, the same individuals (who must be some or all of the threshold group) must have had more than a 50% stake in the income or the capital, respectively, of the trust. Commissioner discretion

267-40(3)  
If:


(a) after the test time, some or all of the threshold group cease to have a 50% stake in the income or capital of the trust at a particular time; and


(b) having regard to the likely manner of exercise of any discretion of the trustee to distribute income or capital of the trust after the particular time and to any other relevant matter, the Commissioner considers it fair and reasonable that the individuals should be taken to have the stake at the particular time and at all later times in the test period;

the individuals are taken to have that stake at the particular time and at all later times in the test period.


 

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