qualified nonrecourse financing
(6) Qualified nonrecourse financing treated as amount at risk For purposes of this section— (A) In general Notwithstanding any other provision of this subsection, in the case of an activity of holding real property, a taxpayer shall be considered at risk with respect to the taxpayer’s share of any qualified nonrecourse financing which is secured by real property used in such activity. (B) Qualified nonrecourse financing For purposes of this paragraph, the term “qualified nonrecourse financing” means any financing— (i) which is borrowed by the taxpayer with respect to the activity of holding real property, (ii) which is borrowed by the taxpayer from a qualified person or represents a loan from any Federal, State, or local government or instrumentality thereof, or is guaranteed by any Federal, State, or local government, (iii) except to the extent provided in regulations, with respect to which no person is personally liable for repayment, and (iv) which is not convertible debt. (C) Special rule for partnerships In the case of a partnership, a partner’s share of any qualified nonrecourse financing of such partnership shall be determined on the basis of the partner’s share of liabilities of such partnership incurred in connection with such financing (within the meaning of section 752 ). (D) Qualified person defined For purposes of this paragraph— (i) In general The term “qualified person” has the meaning given such term by section 49(a)(1)(D)(iv). (ii) Certain commercially reasonable financing from related persons For purposes of clause (i), section 49(a)(1)(D)(iv) shall be applied without regard to subclause (I) thereof (relating to financing from related persons) if the financing from the related person is commercially reasonable and on substantially the same terms as loans involving unrelated persons. (E) Activity of holding real property For purposes of this paragraph— (i) Incidental personal property and services The activity of holding real property includes the holding of personal property and the providing of services which are incidental to making real property available as living accommodations. (ii) Mineral property The activity of holding real property shall not include the holding of mineral property.