(1) This Subdivision applies to an acquisition of * second-hand goods if:
(a) you acquire the goods for the purposes of sale or exchange (but not for manufacture) in the ordinary course of * business; and
(b) either the * consideration for the acquisition was more than $300 or you choose to have this section apply to the acquisition; and
(c) the goods are of such a kind, or they are supplied to you in such a way, that it would be reasonable to expect you to divide them before supplying them in 2 or more separate supplies; and
(d) you do not subsequently make a single supply of the entirety of the goods acquired.
(2) However, this Subdivision does not apply, and is taken never to have applied, to the acquisition if:
(a) the * consideration for the acquisition separately itemises the consideration for the different goods acquired, and your division of the goods before supplying them:
(i) corresponds to that itemisation; or
(ii) does not involve dividing the goods any further than the division indicated by that itemisation; or
(b) the supply of the goods to you was a * taxable supply, or was * GST-free; or
(c) you * imported the goods; or
(d) the supply of the goods to you was a supply by way of hire; or
(e) you make a supply of the goods, or of part of the goods, that is not a taxable supply (other than because of section 66-45).