Notional Amount Not applicable.
Withholding; No Additional Amounts; Tax Event and Redemption All amounts due on this Note will be made without any applicable withholding or deduction for or on account of any present or future taxes, duties, levies, assessments or other governmental charges of whatever nature imposed or levied by or on behalf of any governmental authority, unless such withholding or deduction is required by law. Unless otherwise specified on the face hereof, the Trust will not pay any additional amounts to the Holder of this Note in respect of such withholding or deduction, any such withholding or deduction will not give rise to an event of default or any independent right or obligation to redeem this Note and the Holder will be deemed for all purposes to have received cash in an amount equal to the portion of such withholding or deduction that is attributable to such Holder’s interest in this Note as equitably determined by the Trust.
RENTAL AMOUNT The Owner hereby grants the Agent power to create rental agreements related to the Property for: (check one) ☐ - Market rent. ☐ - A rate no lower than $______________ per ___________________. ☐ - Other. ___________________________________________________________________.
Tax Gross-Up Amount The Interconnection Customer's liability for the cost consequences of any current tax liability under this Article 5.17 shall be calculated on a fully grossed-up basis. Except as may otherwise be agreed to by the parties, this means that the Interconnection Customer will pay the Participating TO, in addition to the amount paid for the Interconnection Facilities and Network Upgrades, an amount equal to (1) the current taxes imposed on the Participating TO (“Current Taxes”) on the excess of (a) the gross income realized by the Participating TO as a result of payments or property transfers made by the Interconnection Customer to the Participating TO under this LGIA (without regard to any payments under this Article 5.17) (the “Gross Income Amount”) over (b) the present value of future tax deductions for depreciation that will be available as a result of such payments or property transfers (the “Present Value Depreciation Amount”), plus (2) an additional amount sufficient to permit the Participating TO to receive and retain, after the payment of all Current Taxes, an amount equal to the net amount described in clause (1). For this purpose, (i) Current Taxes shall be computed based on the Participating TO’s composite federal and state tax rates at the time the payments or property transfers are received and the Participating TO will be treated as being subject to tax at the highest marginal rates in effect at that time (the “Current Tax Rate”), and (ii) the Present Value Depreciation Amount shall be computed by discounting the Participating TO’s anticipated tax depreciation deductions as a result of such payments or property transfers by the Participating TO’s current weighted average cost of capital. Thus, the formula for calculating the Interconnection Customer's liability to the Participating TO pursuant to this Article 5.17.4 can be expressed as follows: (Current Tax Rate x (Gross Income Amount – Present Value of Tax Depreciation))/(1-Current Tax Rate). Interconnection Customer's estimated tax liability in the event taxes are imposed shall be stated in Appendix A, Interconnection Facilities, Network Upgrades and Distribution Upgrades.
Withholding; Additional Amounts All amounts due in respect of this Agreement will be made without withholding or deduction for or on account of any present or future taxes, duties, levies, assessments or other governmental charges of whatever nature imposed or levied by or on behalf of any governmental authority in the United States unless the withholding or deduction is required by law, regulation or official interpretation thereof. Unless otherwise specified in the Annex, Principal Life will not pay any additional amounts to the Agreement Holder in the event that any withholding or deduction is so required by law, regulation or official interpretation thereof, and the imposition of a requirement to make any such withholding or deduction will not give rise to an Event of Default or any independent right or obligation to redeem this Agreement.
Aggregate Principal Amount The aggregate principal amount of the Senior Notes that may be authenticated and delivered under this First Supplemental Indenture shall be unlimited; provided that the Obligor complies with the provisions of this First Supplemental Indenture.
Payment of Additional Amounts (a) All payments by the Corporation in respect of the Debentures (including the conversion thereof and including the issuance of Freely Tradeable Shares issuable pursuant to Section 2.3(c) for interest payments or otherwise) will be made free and clear of, and without withholding or deduction for or on account of any Taxes imposed, levied, collected, withheld or assessed by or on behalf of any Taxing Jurisdiction, unless such withholding or deduction is so required by law or by the interpretation or administration thereof by the relevant Governmental Authority. If any such withholding or deduction is so required, the Corporation will pay such additional amounts (“Additional Amounts”) as may be necessary so that the net amount received by each holder of Debentures after such withholding or deduction (including any withholding or deduction required to be made in respect of Additional Amounts) will not be less than the amount the holder would have received if such Taxes had not been withheld or deducted. If any such withholding or deduction is not so required, or if required, is not made, and a holder of a Debenture who is a non-resident of Canada for purposes of the Tax Act is required to pay directly any Taxes imposed, levied, collected or assessed by or on behalf of any Taxing Jurisdiction, then, upon written request of such holder and provided that reasonable supporting documentation is provided, the Corporation will pay such additional amounts (the term “Additional Amounts” shall also include any such additional amounts) as may be necessary so that the net amount received by each such holder of Debentures after payment of such Taxes (including any Taxes required to be paid in respect of such Additional Amounts) will not be less than the amount the holder would have received if such Taxes had not been imposed, levied, collected or assessed; provided that no Additional Amounts will be payable with respect to a payment made to a Debentureholder for or in respect of:
Aggregate Net Assets For each Lifecycle Portfolio, Aggregate Net Assets include the net assets of all the JHF II Lifecycle Portfolios and the net assets of all the JHT Lifecycle Trusts. The JHT Lifecycle Trusts are: the Lifecycle 2010 Trust, Lifecycle 2015 Trust, Lifecycle 2020 Trust, Lifecycle 2025 Trust, Lifecycle 2030 Trust, Lifecycle 2035 Trust, Lifecycle 2040 Trust, Lifecycle 2045 Trust and Lifecycle 2050 Trust. Lifestyle Portfolios Rates Applied to Aggregate Net Assets of the Fund of Funds (1) Fund of Funds Affiliated Fund Assets Other Assets First $7.5 billion Excess Over $7.5 billion First $7.5 billion Excess Over $7.5 billion Each Lifestyle Portfolio 0.050% 0.040% 0.500% 0.490%
Adjustments to Required Subordinated Percentages and Amount (a) On any date, the Issuer may, at the direction of the Beneficiary, change the Required Subordinated Percentage of Class B Notes, the Required Subordinated Percentage of Class C Notes or the Required Subordinated Percentage of Class D Notes, in each case for the Class A(2017-3) Notes, without the consent of any Noteholders; provided that the Issuer has received written confirmation from each applicable Note Rating Agency that the change in such percentage will not result in a Ratings Effect for any Tranche of Outstanding DiscoverSeries Notes.
Maximum or Minimum Interest Rate If specified on the face hereof, this Note may have either or both of a Maximum Interest Rate or a Minimum Interest Rate. If a Maximum Interest Rate is so designated, the interest rate for a Floating Rate Note cannot ever exceed such Maximum Interest Rate and in the event that the interest rate on any Interest Reset Date would exceed such Maximum Interest Rate (as if no Maximum Interest Rate were in effect) then the interest rate on such Interest Reset Date shall be the Maximum Interest Rate. If a Minimum Interest Rate is so designated, the interest rate for a Floating Rate Note cannot ever be less than such Minimum Interest Rate and in the event that the interest rate on any Interest Reset Date would be less than such Minimum Interest Rate (as if no Minimum Interest Rate were in effect) then the interest rate on such Interest Reset Date shall be the Minimum Interest Rate. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the interest rate on a Floating Rate Note shall not exceed the maximum interest rate permitted by applicable law.