A Finale Incomparabile to the Saga of Definitive Losses? Deduction of Foreign Losses and Fundamental Freedoms After Bevola and Sofina

Journal article


Publication Details

Author(s): Ismer R, Kandel H
Journal: Intertax
Publication year: 2019
Volume: 47
Journal issue: 6/7
Pages range: 573-589
ISSN: 0165-2826


Abstract

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has developed a rich case law on the impact of the fundamental freedoms on the need for deducting foreign losses. The contribution analyses the CJEU’s case law both with respect to loss relief in the residence and in the non-residence state and shows that the case law is consistent. Such losses only need to be taken into account in the residence state when they are comparable to domestic losses and to the extent definitiveness implies the source state cannot fulfil its primary responsibility to grant loss relief. The recent decisions in Bevola on loss relief in the residence state and Sofina in the source state fit into the Court’s line of reasoning.


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Ismer, Roland Prof. Dr.
Lehrstuhl für Steuerrecht und Öffentliches Recht
Kandel, Harald
Lehrstuhl für Steuerrecht und Öffentliches Recht


How to cite

APA:
Ismer, R., & Kandel, H. (2019). A Finale Incomparabile to the Saga of Definitive Losses? Deduction of Foreign Losses and Fundamental Freedoms After Bevola and Sofina. Intertax, 47(6/7), 573-589.

MLA:
Ismer, Roland, and Harald Kandel. "A Finale Incomparabile to the Saga of Definitive Losses? Deduction of Foreign Losses and Fundamental Freedoms After Bevola and Sofina." Intertax 47.6/7 (2019): 573-589.

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