In the event that the loan for use of a property is interrupted, is it possible for the borrower who has benefited from the restructuring bonus to continue to benefit from the deduction? The answer is provided by the tax authorities.
In particular, the following question was asked in the “FiscoOggi mail” section: “If the loan for use is interrupted, the borrower who has incurred the restructuring expense can continue to deduct the amount due up to the tenth year ? “.
In responding, the tax authorities underlined that “in the most frequent cases (sale, donation, exchange) the change in ownership of the property on which the building assets have been recovered, before the entire period of use of the deduction, involves the transfer of the unused deduction quotas “.
However, in the event that the deduction is up to the owner of the property – borrower or tenant – the residual deductions are not transferred and the borrower retains the right to take advantage of the benefit , even if the detention is interrupted.
The rules on short rentals
The amendment, however, was withdrawn, as the provision included in the August decree was considered “unacceptable” by the President of the Senate. “We hope that the reaction of the proponents is not to look for a new provision in which to insert the norm, but to take the opportunity for a better meditation, – observes the president of Confedilizia Giorgio Spaziani Testareferring to the PD that through Dario Franceschini had proposed the rule.
“First, however, we need to clarify what the intent is. If it is the one declared in the text, and that is to specify when a short lease should be presumed to be entrepreneurial, it is sufficient to resume the contents of the opinion of the Revenue Agency of last August 26, which explained that the lease is considered entrepreneurial in the presence of supply of services (eg: meals, rental cars, tourist guides, etc.), use of employees, use of an office, organization of means and human resources, use of other possible factors of production. These are the general rules that have always been applied: it would not be useful to recall them, but if this is deemed useful, it should be done, but without upsetting decades of civil and tax law (and with risks of unconstitutionality).