Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
Disregard a *capital gain or *capital loss from a *CGT event if:
(a) you are a foreign resident, or the trustee of a *foreign trust for CGT purposes, just before the CGT event happens; and
(b) the CGT event happens in relation to a *CGT asset that is not *taxable Australian property.
A capital gain or capital loss from a CGT asset you have used at any time in carrying on a business through a permanent establishment in Australia may be reduced under section 855-35 .855-10(2)
The *CGT asset in relation to which a *CGT event happens includes the following:
(a) for CGT event D1 (about creating contractual or other rights) - the CGT asset that is the subject of the creation of the contractual or other rights;
You grant an easement over land in Australia. The land is the subject of the creation of the rights in the easement. Therefore, the CGT event happens in relation to the land.
(b) for CGT event D2 (about granting an option) - the CGT asset that is the subject of the option;
(c) for CGT event F1 (about granting a lease) - the CGT asset that is the subject of the lease;
(d) for CGT event J1 (about a company ceasing to be a member of wholly-owned group after roll-over) - the roll-over asset.
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