Income Tax Act
Marginal note:Security in satisfaction of income debt
76 (1) Where a person receives a security or other right or a certificate of indebtedness or other evidence of indebtedness wholly or partially as payment of, in lieu of payment of or in satisfaction of, a debt that is then payable, the amount of which debt would be included in computing the person’s income if it were paid, the value of the security, right or indebtedness or the applicable portion thereof shall, notwithstanding the form or legal effect of the transaction, be included in computing the person’s income for the taxation year in which it is received.
(2) Where a security or other right or a certificate of indebtedness or other evidence of indebtedness is received by a person wholly or partially as payment of, in lieu of payment of or in satisfaction of, a debt before the debt is payable, but is not itself payable or redeemable before the day on which the debt is payable, it shall, for the purpose of subsection 76(1), be deemed to be received by the person holding it at that time when the debt becomes payable.
Marginal note:Section enacted for greater certainty
(3) This section is enacted for greater certainty and shall not be construed as limiting the generality of the other provisions of this Part by which amounts are required to be included in computing income.
Marginal note:Debt deemed not to be income debt
(4) Where a cash purchase ticket or other form of settlement prescribed pursuant to the Canada Grain Act or by the Minister is issued to a taxpayer in respect of grain delivered in a taxation year of a taxpayer to a primary elevator or process elevator and the ticket or other form of settlement entitles the holder thereof to payment by the operator of the elevator of the purchase price, without interest, stated in the ticket for the grain at a date that is after the end of that taxation year, the amount of the purchase price stated in the ticket or other form of settlement shall, notwithstanding any other provision of this section, be included in computing the income of the taxpayer to whom the ticket or other form of settlement was issued for the taxpayer’s taxation year immediately following the taxation year in which the grain was delivered and not for the taxation year in which the grain was delivered.
Marginal note:Definitions of certain expressions
(5) In subsection (4), the expressions cash purchase ticket, operator, primary elevator and process elevator have the meanings assigned by the Canada Grain Act, and grain means wheat, oats, barley, rye, flaxseed, rapeseed and canola produced in Canada.
- NOTE: Application provisions are not included in the consolidated text;
- see relevant amending Acts. R.S., 1985, c. 1 (5th Supp.), s. 76;
- 1994, c. 7, Sch. II, s. 55;
- 2012, c. 19, s. 2.
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