The CGT B1 event occurs in the case of a property when you enter into a contract in which the new owner is entitled to possession of the land or receipt of rents and profits before being entitled to a transfer or transfer of the land. – There was a binding agreement or a sales contract on the day or before emigration. If a binding agreement has been reached prior to a formal written contract, the earlier date of the agreement is the date of the transfer for the purposes of the CGT. The ATO`s administrative practice with respect to deferred billing can avoid cash flow problems associated with deferred billings without having to resort to options. An option is not strictly a conditional contract or an irrevocable offer, since an option contains aspects of each of these concepts and any analogy may be a valid way of characterizing some form of option (Sydney Futures Exchange Ltd/Australian Stock Exchange Ltd (1995) 128 ALR 417 to 451). If the option simply requires the parties to enter into a separate sales agreement and do not commit themselves to transferring the asset, the date of signing the sale contract is that of the CGT event (FCT/Sara Lee Household – Body Care P/L  HCA 35 to ). For the duration of the option, no one else can buy or sell the property. The property can then be purchased by exercising the option and the conclusion of a form of contract or option agreed in advance can be cancelled. You were approached by Smith, who was interested in buying your land.
On June 30, 2014, you gave him the opportunity to buy your country for $200,000 within 12 months. Colleen will pay you $10,000 for the option. The legal fee is $500. They realized a capital gain of $9,500 in the 2013/14 income year. Exercise an option If the option you grant is exercised later, you do not know of any capital gain or capital loss you have made from the grant, extension or extension. You may need to change your income tax for a previous year of income. With respect to the « cash compensation options » granted after November 29, 1993 (according to which the beneficiary must be paid and the person exercising it has the right to obtain payment for the performance of all obligations arising from this option), the beneficiary is treated as an asset transferor, i.e. as a payment obligation.
The granting and assignment of the option is considered a single transaction at the time of the subsequent transfer. The person exercising the cash payment option is also considered to have been transferred, as he or she has the right to receive the payment (s 144A). The effect of exercising an option depends on whether the option was a call option or a put option. A call option is an option that binds the Grantor to transfer a resource. A put option binds the Grantor to acquire an asset. It is possible to enter into a contract for the performance of a formal contract (Masters v Cameron (1954) 91 CLR 353). To be an irrevocable offer, the option should include a clause requiring the parties to enter into a separate sale agreement.