Allocation Sample Clauses

Allocation. Buyer and Seller shall attempt to agree, prior to the expiration of the Review Period, on an allocation of the Purchase Price among Real Property, tangible Personal Property and intangible property related to the Property. In the event Buyer and Seller do not agree, each party shall be free to allocate the Purchase Price to such items as they deem appropriate, subject to and in accordance with applicable laws.
Allocation. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, during an Event of Default, monies to be applied to the Obligations, whether arising from payments by Obligors, realization on Collateral, setoff or otherwise, shall be allocated as follows:
Allocation. The Parties agree to allocate the Purchase Price (and all other capitalizable costs) among the Acquired Assets for all purposes (including financial accounting and tax purposes) in accordance with the allocation schedule attached hereto as Exhibit E.
Allocation. If the Executive should elect to become a Retired Early Employee under this Paragraph 6 and as a result of such election should become entitled to receive certain cash payments during the Pay-out Period as set forth above, Arrow shall determine, as soon as practicable following its receipt from the Executive of written notice of such election, the amount, if any, of such future cash payments that may properly be allocated to the Executive’s future performance of his obligations not to compete with, solicit customers or employees from, or disparage Arrow or its Affiliates under Paragraph 9 of this Agreement, with such allocation to be expressed as a single dollar amount equal to the present value determined as of the date of Termination of Employment, of the amounts of the required future payments thus allocated. When thus determined, the dollar amount of this allocation shall be communicated by Arrow to the Executive.
Allocation. The Net Closing Consideration will be allocated in accordance with an agreement between Buyer and Seller after the Closing Date. After the Closing, the parties will make consistent use of the allocation and fair market value for all Tax purposes and in all filings, declarations and reports with the IRS in respect thereof, including the reports required to be filed under Section 1060 of the Code. Buyer will prepare and deliver IRS Form 8594 to Seller within 60 days after the Closing Date to be filed with the IRS. In any Proceeding related to the determination of any Tax, neither Buyer nor Seller or Seller will contend or represent that such allocation is not a correct allocation.
Allocation. Landlord, in its reasonable discretion, may equitably allocate Expenses among office, retail or other portions or occupants of the Property. If Landlord incurs Expenses or Taxes for the Property together with another property, Landlord, in its reasonable discretion, shall equitably allocate such shared amounts between the Property and such other property.
Allocation. In the event that at any time there exists more than one Funding Guarantor with respect to any Contribution (in any such case, the “Applicable Contribution”), then payment from other Guarantors pursuant to this Agreement shall be allocated among such Funding Guarantors in proportion to the total amount of the Contribution made for or on account of the Borrower by each such Funding Guarantor pursuant to the Applicable Contribution. In the event that at any time any Guarantor pays an amount under this Agreement in excess of the amount calculated pursuant to clause (A) of Section 9.03 above, that Guarantor shall be deemed to be a Funding Guarantor to the extent of such excess and shall be entitled to contribution from the other Guarantors in accordance with the provisions of this Section 9.04.
Allocation. The Buyer and the Company agree that the Purchase Price, and other relevant items such as certain Assumed Liabilities and capital costs, shall be allocated among the Acquired Assets for Tax purposes, in accordance with the procedures set forth in Schedule 2.7 to the Company Disclosure Letter. Such allocation, and any adjustment to such allocation by reason of an adjustment to the Purchase Price shall be made as required by Section 1060 of the Code. Within ten (10) days of the final determination of the Closing Working Capital, the Buyer shall provide to the Company a schedule allocating the Purchase Price and other relevant items among the Acquired Assets in accordance with Schedule 2.7 and Section 1060 of the Code. The Company and the Buyer agree to report the allocation of the Purchase Price in a manner entirely consistent with such allocation and agree to act in accordance with such allocation in the filing of all Tax Returns (including filing Form 8594 with their federal income Tax Return for the taxable year that includes the date of the Closing) and in the course of any Tax audit, Tax review or Tax litigation relating thereto, except as otherwise required under applicable law or as required by a determination, as defined in Section 1313 of the Code.
Allocation. Following the Closing, Seller and Purchaser shall use commercially reasonable efforts to prepare a joint schedule allocating the aggregate consideration (including the Assumed Liabilities) payable for the Assets in accordance with Section 1060 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) and the Treasury regulations promulgated thereunder (and any similar provision of state, local or foreign Law, as appropriate) (the “Allocation Schedule”). If Seller and Purchaser are able to agree upon the Allocation Schedule within thirty (30) days following the Closing Date, Seller and Purchaser shall each file IRS Form 8594, and all federal, state, local and foreign tax returns, in accordance with the Allocation Schedule. If Purchaser and Seller are unable to agree upon the Allocation Schedule within 30 days after the Closing Date, any dispute or disagreement between Purchaser and Seller regarding any matter set forth in the Allocation Schedule shall be resolved promptly by the Independent Auditor, the costs of which shall be borne equally by Purchaser, on the one hand, and Seller, on the other hand. Purchaser and Seller shall prepare and file all Tax Returns and other statements in a manner consistent with the Allocation Schedule and shall not make any inconsistent statement or adjustment on any Tax Returns or otherwise during the course of an audit, investigation or other dispute with a Taxing authority, provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall prevent Purchaser or Seller from settling any proposed deficiency or adjustment by any Taxing authority based upon or arising out of the Allocation Schedule, and neither Purchaser nor Seller shall be required to litigate before any court any proposed deficiency or adjustment by any Taxing authority challenging such Allocation Schedule.
Allocation. Subject to clause 5.2 below, in the case of a transfer under clause 4.1(d), the Custodian will use its commercially reasonable endeavors to complete the allocation of such deposits of Gold by not later than 2:00 p.m. (London time) on the London Business Day of the receipt of notice given in the form prescribed in clause 4.3(a). Following the Custodian’s receipt of such notice, the Custodian shall identify bars of a weight most closely approximating, but not exceeding, the balance in the Trust Unallocated Account and shall transfer such weight from the Trust Unallocated Account to the Trust Allocated Account. The Trustee acknowledges that the process of allocation of Gold to the Trust Allocated Account from the Trust Unallocated Account may involve minimal adjustments to the weights of Gold to be allocated to adjust such weight to the number of whole bars available.