Property for which you filed Form T664
Special rules also apply to determine the adjusted cost base (ACB) of a property for which you filed Form T664 or T664(Seniors), Election to Report a Capital Gain on Property Owned at the End of February 22, 1994.
In most cases, if you filed Form T664 or T664(Seniors), you are considered to have sold your capital property at the end of February 22, 1994, and to have immediately reacquired it on February 23, 1994. The ACB of your property on February 23, 1994, depends on the type of property for which you filed an election.
For example, if you filed an election for your interest in, or your shares of, a flow-through entity, in most cases the ACB of your interest or shares will not change. If you filed an election for capital property, other than a flow- through entity, your ACB is usually the amount you designated as proceeds of disposition on Form T664 or T664(Seniors). If the property is a cottage, rental property, or other non-qualifying real property, your ACB is your designated proceeds of disposition minus the reduction for non-qualifying real property.
Also, if your designated proceeds of disposition were more than the fair market value of the property at the end of February 22, 1994, your ACB on February 23, 1994, may be reduced. In this case, complete Chart 2 (for flow-through entity) or Chart 3 (for other than a flow-through entity) to determine your ACB on February 23, 1994.
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