Bad Boy Liability

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IRS Reverses Position on “Bad Boy” Guarantees

Earlier this year, the IRS issued Chief Counsel Advice 201606027 (February 5, 2016) concluding that, for purposes of the basis and at-risk limitations, an LLC member’s guarantee of entity-level nonrecourse debt conditioned...more

IRS Withdraws Controversial Pronouncement on “Bad Boy” Guarantees

In a client advisory dated February 25, 2016, we described a legal memorandum released by the Office of Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service (the “Memorandum”) which took the position that a typical “carve-out” or...more

IRS Reverses Position on Bad Boy Guarantees

As previously discussed, the IRS recently released a chief counsel advice memorandum that concluded that bad boy guarantees turned what would otherwise be a nonrecourse debt into a recourse debt for Section 752 purposes....more

IRS Agrees Traditional Bad Boy Guarantees Do Not Change Character of Nonrecourse Loan

The Internal Revenue Service has apparently seen the light — at least with respect to the effect of “bad boy” guarantees on a loan that is otherwise nonrecourse for income tax purposes. Last month, we reported that the IRS...more

High Net Worth Family Tax Report, Vol. 11, No. 1

IRS Addresses a Section 1031 Exchange of Aircraft - While we usually think of real property as the asset most often exchanged under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, the provisions of that are by no means...more

The IRS Releases CCA 201606027

On February 5, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (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...more

Tax Treatment of “Bad Boy Guarantees” Challenged by Recent IRS Memorandum

I. OVERVIEW - A recently released legal memorandum by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Office of Chief Counsel, CCA 201606027 (the “Memorandum”), concluded that a so-called “bad boy guarantee” provided by a sponsor of...more

Bad Boy Guarantee May Cause Deductions From Nonrecourse Loan to be Reallocated

In a recent Internal Litigation Memorandum, the Internal Revenue Service found that a nonrecourse loan containing certain “bad boy” guarantees required the loan to be treated as a recourse loan for federal income tax...more

IRS Pronouncement On “Bad Boy” Guarantees Challenges Well-Established Tax Treatment of Real Estate Investors

The IRS Office of Chief Counsel recently released legal memorandum 201606027 (the “IRS Memorandum” or “Memorandum”) that calls into question two fundamental and well-established aspects concerning the tax treatment of...more

IRS Going After Bad Boy Guarantees?

Under the Section 752 regulations, partnership liabilities (including liabilities of LLCs that are taxed as partnerships) are allocated among the partners based on who bears the economic risk of loss. If no partner is...more

Bad Boy Guarantee Makes Loan Recourse?

The IRS recently released IRS legal memorandum 201606027. In this memorandum, the IRS considered the impact of a bad boy guarantee on allocating partnership liabilities under Section 752. Traditionally, bad boy guarantees...more

Emerging Statutory Threats to Recourse Triggers

A new type of threat is emerging that may thwart special servicer collections: retroactive state legislation. For most CMBS collection actions involving nonrecourse loans, the issue of springing recourse triggers (so-called...more

U.S. Bank, Nat’l Ass’n v. Lightstone Holdings, LLC (N.Y. App. Div. Feb. 14. 2013) -- Senior Lender Gets Second Chance to Assert...

A recent decision in the protracted litigation by lenders of Extended Stay to recover under guaranties executed by owners of Extended Stay highlights the need for clear and unambiguous drafting in intercreditor agreements....more

Even More Bad Boy Liability Events: My List of Liability for Lender’s Losses or Damages

In addition to the events that create “full recourse” liability (for the entire loan), bad boy liability also includes losses or damages incurred by the Lender based upon another list of “bad” events or triggers. I’m sure...more

The List of “Bad Boy” Recourse Liability Events Keeps Growing: My “Roll Up” Version

Several months ago, I mused that, due to the conservative trending of commercial real estate lending, the list of “bad boy” exceptions (to a “no personal liability” deal) could be viewed as a full recourse deal. In other...more

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