The Proposed Domestic Reverse Hybrid Entity Regulations: Can the Treasury Department Override Treaties?
This article first describes the proposed regulations issued under section 894 addressing the ability of domestic reverse hybrid entities to claim treaty benefits with respect to payments made to their interest holders (the proposed DRH regulations). After describing the proposed DRH regulations, the article next explores the potential that these regulations have to override existing U.S. treaty obligations. After concluding that the proposed DRH regulations are inconsistent with at least one existing treaty, the article concludes by questioning the power of the Treasury Department to promulgate regulations (such as the proposed DRH regulations) that override treaties.
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Anthony C. Infanti,
The Proposed Domestic Reverse Hybrid Entity Regulations: Can the Treasury Department Override Treaties?,
Tax Management International Journal
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