Income Tax Assessment Act 1997

CHAPTER 4 - INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF INCOME TAX  

PART 4-5 - GENERAL  

Division 830 - Foreign hybrids  

Subdivision 830-C - Special rules applicable while an entity is a foreign hybrid  

Note:

In the case of a foreign hybrid company, references in this Subdivision that relate to partnerships are to be read subject to Subdivision 830-B . For example, a reference to a partner will be a reference to a shareholder in the company who is treated by Subdivision 830-B as a partner.

SECTION 830-50   Deduction etc. where partner's foreign hybrid revenue loss amount and foreign hybrid net capital loss amount are less than partner's loss exposure amount  

830-50(1)  
This section applies if:


(a) the sum of a partner's *foreign hybrid revenue loss amount and *foreign hybrid net capital loss amount for a *foreign hybrid for an income year does not exceed the partner's *loss exposure amount for the foreign hybrid for the income year (the difference being the partner's available loss exposure amount ); and


(b) the partner has one or more *outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts or one or more *outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts, or both, in respect of the foreign hybrid for the income year. Where sum of outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts and outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts does not exceed available loss exposure amount

830-50(2)  
If the sum of the *outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts and the *outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts does not exceed the *available loss exposure amount:


(a) a deduction is allowable to the partner for the income year equal to the sum of the outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts; and


(b) the partner makes a *capital loss for the income year under section 104-270 equal to the sum of the outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts. Where sum of outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts and outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts exceeds available loss exposure amount

830-50(3)  
If the sum of the *outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts and the *outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts exceeds the *available loss exposure amount, then either or both of the following apply:


(a) a deduction is allowable to the partner for the income year equal to some or all of the outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts;


(b) the partner makes a *capital loss under section 104-270 equal to some or all of the outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts;

such that the sum of the deduction and the capital loss equals the available loss exposure amount.

Partner to choose how to apply subsection (3)

830-50(4)  
The partner must choose:


(a) which of paragraphs (3)(a) and (b) is to apply or whether both are to apply; and


(b) the amount of the deduction or *capital loss, or the amounts of both; and


(c) the particular outstanding foreign hybrid revenue loss amounts or outstanding foreign hybrid net capital loss amounts, or both, to which they relate.


 

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