The IRS Releases CCA 201606027

By and on March 23, 2016

On February 5, 2016, the IRS released Chief Counsel Advice 201606027 (the 2016 CCA) in which the IRS concluded, among other things, that guarantees by a partner of a partnership’s liabilities that could only be called by the partnership’s lenders in certain narrow circumstances (commonly referred to as “nonrecourse carve-outs” or “bad boy” guarantees), caused the guaranteed liabilities to be treated as “recourse liabilities” allocable solely to the guarantor partner under Treasury Regulation § 1.752-2

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