Contests Sample Clauses

Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that Distribution Provider’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, Distribution Provider shall notify Interconnection Customer, in writing, within thirty (30) Calendar Days of receiving notification of such determination by a Governmental Authority. Upon the timely written request by Interconnection Customer and at Interconnection Customer's sole expense, Distribution Provider may appeal, protest, seek abatement of, or otherwise oppose such determination. Upon Interconnection Customer's written request and sole expense, Distribution Provider may file a claim for refund with respect to any taxes paid under this Article 5.17, whether or not it has received such a determination. Distribution Provider reserves the right to make all decisions with regard to the prosecution of such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including the selection of counsel and compromise or settlement of the claim, but Distribution Provider shall keep Interconnection Customer informed, shall consider in good faith suggestions from Interconnection Customer about the conduct of the contest, and shall reasonably permit Interconnection Customer or an Interconnection Customer representative to attend contest proceedings. Interconnection Customer shall pay to Distribution Provider on a periodic basis, as invoiced by Distribution Provider, Distribution Provider’s documented reasonable costs of prosecuting such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest. At any time during the contest, Distribution Provider may agree to a settlement either with Interconnection Customer's consent or after obtaining written advice from nationally-recognized tax counsel, selected by Distribution Provider, but reasonably acceptable to Interconnection Customer, that the proposed settlement represents a reasonable settlement given the hazards of litigation. Interconnection Customer's obligation shall be based on the amount of the settlement agreed to by Interconnection Customer, or if a higher amount, so much of the settlement that is supported by the written advice from nationally-recognized tax counsel selected under the terms of the preceding sentence. The settlement amount shall be calculated on a fully-grossed-up basis to cover any related cost consequences of the current tax liability. Any settlement without Interconnection Customer's consent or such written advice will relieve Interconnection Customer from...
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Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that Connecting Transmission Owner’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, Connecting Transmission Owner shall notify Developer, in writing, within thirty (30) Calendar Days of receiving notification of such determination by a Governmental Authority. Upon the timely written request by Developer and at Developer’s sole expense, Connecting Transmission Owner may appeal, protest, seek abatement of, or otherwise oppose such determination. Upon Developer’s written request and sole expense, Connecting Transmission Owner may file a claim for refund with respect to any taxes paid under this Article 5.17, whether or not it has received such a determination. Connecting Transmission Owner reserves the right to make all decisions with regard to the prosecution of such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including the selection of counsel and compromise or settlement of the claim, but Connecting Transmission Owner shall keep Developer informed, shall consider in good faith suggestions from Developer about the conduct of the contest, and shall reasonably permit Developer or an Developer representative to attend contest proceedings. Developer shall pay to Connecting Transmission Owner on a periodic basis, as invoiced by Connecting Transmission Owner, Connecting Transmission Owner’s documented reasonable costs of prosecuting such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest. At any time during the contest, Connecting Transmission Owner may agree to a settlement either with Developer’s consent or after obtaining written advice from nationally-recognized tax counsel, selected by Connecting Transmission Owner, but reasonably acceptable to Developer, that the proposed settlement represents a reasonable settlement given the hazards of litigation. Developer’s obligation shall be based on the amount of the settlement agreed to by Developer, or if a higher amount, so much of the settlement that is supported by the written advice from nationally-recognized tax counsel selected under the terms of the preceding sentence. The settlement amount shall be calculated on a fully grossed-up basis to cover any related cost consequences of the current tax liability. Any settlement without Developer’s consent or such written advice will relieve Developer from any obligation to indemnify Connecting Transmission Owner for the tax at issue in the contest.
Contests. If a written claim is made by any taxing authority against a Tax Indemnitee for any Taxes with respect to which the Lessee may be required to indemnify against hereunder or if a Tax Indemnitee shall determine that any tax to which the Lessee may have an indemnity obligation hereunder may be payable (a "Tax Claim"), then such Tax Indemnitee shall give the Lessee written notice of such Tax Claim promptly (but in any event within twenty (20) days after its receipt of the written Tax Claim or its determination, as applicable), and shall furnish Lessee with copies of such Tax Claim and all other writings received from the taxing authority to the extent relating to such claim (but failure to so notify the Lessee shall not relieve the Lessee of its obligations hereunder except to the extent that it effectively precludes the ability of the Lessee to conduct a contest of the Tax Claim). The Tax Indemnitee shall not pay such Tax Claim until at least thirty (30) days after providing the Lessee with such written notice, unless (a) the Tax Indemnitee is required to do so by law or regulation or the failure to pay such Tax Claim could result in a material adverse financial, legal or other consequence to the Tax Indemnitee and (b) in the written notice described above, the Tax Indemnitee has notified the Lessee of such requirement or such material adverse consequence (such notice however shall not require the disclosure of the Tax Indemnitee's confidential information, as determined in the sole discretion of such Tax Indemnitiee, or the Tax Indemnitee's tax returns, books, or records). If the Lessee shall so request within 30 days after receipt of such notice (or such shorter period as is reasonably specified by the Tax Indemnitee if any contest of the Tax must be commenced prior to the expiration of 30 days), then such Tax Indemnitee shall in good faith at Lessee's sole expense contest such Tax or permit the Lessee to contest such Tax, as such Tax Indemnitee shall elect; provided, however, that to the extent (i) the contest involves only Taxes constituting property taxes, sales taxes, or use taxes, (ii) the contest does not involve any taxes that the Lessee is not required to indemnify the Tax Indemnitee or taxes and other issues relating to a Tax Indemnitee that are unrelated to the transactions contemplated by the Operative Agreements, (iii) the contest can be pursued in the name of the Lessee and independently from any other proceeding involving a Tax Claim of a Tax ...
Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that the Participating TO’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, the Participating TO shall notify the Interconnection Customer, in writing, within thirty (30) Calendar Days of receiving notification of such determination by a Governmental Authority. Upon the timely written request by the Interconnection Customer and at the Interconnection Customer's sole expense, the Participating TO may appeal, protest, seek abatement of, or otherwise oppose such determination. Upon the Interconnection Customer's written request and sole expense, the Participating TO may file a claim for refund with respect to any taxes paid under this Article 5.17, whether or not it has received such a determination. The Participating TO reserve the right to make all decisions with regard to the prosecution of such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including the selection of counsel and compromise or settlement of the claim, but the Participating TO shall keep the Interconnection Customer informed, shall consider in good faith suggestions from the Interconnection Customer about the conduct of the contest, and shall reasonably permit the Interconnection Customer or an Interconnection Customer representative to attend contest proceedings.
Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that the Participating TO’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, the Participating TO shall notify the Interconnection Customer, in writing, within thirty (30) Calendar Days of receiving notification of such determination by a Governmental Authority. Upon the timely written request by the Interconnection Customer and at the Interconnection Customer's sole expense, the Participating TO may appeal, protest, seek abatement of, or otherwise oppose such determination. Upon the Interconnection Customer's written request and sole expense, the Participating TO may file a claim for refund with respect to any taxes paid under this Article 5.17, whether or not it has received such a determination. The Participating TO reserve the right to make all decisions with regard to the prosecution of such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including the selection of counsel and compromise or settlement of the claim, but the Participating TO shall keep the Interconnection Customer informed, shall consider in good faith suggestions from the Interconnection Customer about the conduct of the contest, and shall reasonably permit the Interconnection Customer or an Interconnection Customer representative to attend contest proceedings. The Interconnection Customer shall pay to the Participating TO on a periodic basis, as invoiced by the Participating TO, the Participating TO’s documented reasonable costs of prosecuting such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including any costs associated with obtaining the opinion of independent tax counsel described in this Article
Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that Connecting Transmission Owner’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, Connecting Transmission Owner shall notify Developer, in writing, within thirty (30) Calendar Days of receiving notification of such determination by a Governmental Authority. Upon the timely written request by Developer and at Developer’s sole expense, Connecting Transmission Owner may appeal, protest, seek abatement of, or otherwise oppose such determination. Upon Developer’s written request and sole expense, Connecting Transmission Owner may file a claim for refund with respect to any taxes paid under this Article 5.17, whether or not it has received such a determination. Connecting Transmission Owner reserves the right to make all decisions with regard to the prosecution of such appeal, protest, abatement or other contest, including the selection of counsel and compromise or settlement of the claim, but Connecting Transmission Owner shall keep Developer informed, shall consider in good faith suggestions from Developer about the conduct of the contest, and shall reasonably permit Developer or an Developer representative to attend contest proceedings.
Contests. Subject to the rights of insurers under policies of -------- insurance maintained pursuant to Section 16 of the Charter, the Charterer shall have the right, at its sole cost and expense, to investigate, and the right in its sole discretion to defend or compromise, any Claim for which indemnification is sought under this Section 13.1, and the Indemnitee shall cooperate, at the Charterer's expense, with all reasonable requests of the Charterer in connection therewith. The Charterer will provide the Indemnitee with such information not within the control of such Indemnitee, as is in the Charterer's control or is reasonably available to the Charterer, which such Indemnitee may reasonably request and shall otherwise cooperate with such Indemnitee so as to enable such Indemnitee to fulfill its obligations under this Section 13.1. Where the Charterer or the insurers under a policy of insurance maintained by the Charterer undertake the defense of an Indemnitee with respect to a Claim, no additional legal fees or expenses of such Indemnitee in connection with the defense of such claim shall be indemnified hereunder unless such fees or expenses were incurred at the request of the Charterer or such insurers; provided, however, that if (i) in the written -------- ------- opinion of counsel to such Indemnitee an actual or potential material conflict of interest exists where it is advisable for such Indemnitee to be represented by separate counsel or (ii) such Indemnitee has been indicted or otherwise charged in a criminal complaint in connection with a Claim not excluded by Section 13.1(a) and such Indemnitee informs the Charterer that such Indemnitee desires to be represented by separate counsel, the reasonable fees and expenses of such separate counsel shall be borne by the Charterer. Subject to the requirements of any policy of insurance, an Indemnitee may participate at its own expense in any judicial proceeding controlled by the Charterer pursuant to the preceding provisions; provided that such party's participation does not, in -------- the reasonable opinion of the independent counsel appointed by the Charterer or its insurers to conduct such proceedings, significantly interfere with such control; and such participation shall not constitute a waiver of the right to receive the indemnification provided in this Section 13.1. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, (x) the Charterer shall not under any circumstances be liable for the fees and exp...
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Contests. Buyer agrees to give written notice to Seller of the receipt of any written notice by the Company, Buyer or any of Buyer’s Affiliates which involves the assertion of any claim, or the commencement of any Action, in respect of which an indemnity may be sought by Buyer pursuant to this Article VI (a “Tax Claim”); provided, that failure to comply with this provision shall not affect Buyer’s right to indemnification hereunder. Buyer shall control the contest or resolution of any Tax Claim; provided, however, that Buyer shall obtain the prior written consent of Seller (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed) before entering into any settlement of a claim or ceasing to defend such claim; and, provided further, that Seller shall be entitled to participate in the defense of such claim and to employ counsel of its choice for such purpose, the fees and expenses of which separate counsel shall be borne solely by Seller.
Contests. In the event any Governmental Authority determines that Transmission Owner’s receipt of payments or property constitutes income that is subject to taxation, Transmission Owner shall notify Developer, in writing, within thirty
Contests. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, the Mortgagor shall have the right to contest by appropriate legal proceedings diligently prosecuted any Taxes imposed or assessed upon the Premises or which may be or become a lien thereon and any mechanics’, materialmen’s or other liens or claims for lien upon the Premises (each, a “Contested Lien”), and no Contested Lien shall constitute an Event of Default under this Mortgage, if, but only if:
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