change in law or interpretation Sample Clauses

change in law or interpretation. In the event of any change in or further interpretation of Section 280G or 4999 of the Code and the regulations promulgated thereunder, the Executive shall be entitled, by written notice to the Company, to request a written opinion of Independent Counsel regarding the application of such change or further interpretation to any of the foregoing, and the Company shall use its best efforts to cause such opinion to be rendered as promptly as practicable.
change in law or interpretation arises from:
change in law or interpretation. The NH2 Share Vendor will not be liable to make any payment (whether by way of damages or otherwise) for any breach of any Warranty:
change in law or interpretation. The Payor will not be liable to make any payment (whether by way of damages or otherwise) to the Claimant in respect of a Claim:
change in law or interpretation. The Seller will not have any liability in respect of any Claim to the extent that the Claim arises directly or indirectly from or in respect of:
change in law or interpretation. The Vendors and the Gurantor will not be liable to make any payment (whether by way of damages or otherwise) to the Purchaser for any breach of any Warranty where the breach is as a result of any legislation not in force at the date of this Agreement including legislation which takes effect retrospectively (other than legislation which has already been foreshadowed).
change in law or interpretation any Liability arises directly or indirectly from or in respect of: