CORPORATE FRANCHISE TAX Sample Clauses

CORPORATE FRANCHISE TAX. Contractor (or “Seller” or other designation of contracting party) certifies that, upon the effective date of this agreement, either (1) it is not delinquent in payment of State of Texas corporate franchise taxes, or (2) it is not subject to the payment of such taxes. Contractor (or other designation of contracting party) agrees that any false statement with respect to franchise tax status shall be a material breach hereof, and the College shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement upon written notice thereof to Contractor (or other designation).
CORPORATE FRANCHISE TAX. CONTRACTOR (or “Seller” or other designation of contracting party) certifies that, upon the effective date of this agreement, either (1) it is not delinquent in payment of State of Texas corporate franchise taxes, or

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Franchise Tax Board Review (a) In addition to the reporting requirements in section 6, Taxpayer agrees to comply with the FTB’s review of the books and records for purposes of determining if Taxpayer has complied with the requirements of this Agreement.
Franchise Tax Certification If PROVIDER is a taxable entity subject to the Texas Franchise Tax (Chapter 171, Texas Tax Code), then PROVIDER certifies that it is not currently delinquent in the payment of any franchise (margin) taxes or that PROVIDER is exempt from the payment of franchise (margin) taxes.
Tax Examinations Abroad 1. A Contracting Party may allow representatives of the competent authority of the other Contracting Party to enter the territory of the first-mentioned Party to interview individuals and examine records with the written consent of the persons concerned. The competent authority of the second-mentioned Party shall notify the competent authority of the first-mentioned Party of the time and place of the meeting with the individuals concerned.
Opinion of Tax Counsel for Company and the Operating Partnership The Sales Agent shall have received the favorable opinion of Latham & Watkins LLP, tax counsel for the Company and the Operating Partnership, required to be delivered pursuant to Section 7(q) on or before the date on which such delivery of such opinion is required pursuant to Section 7(q).
Audit and the National Audit Office E9.1 The Contractor shall keep and maintain until six (6) years after the end of the Contract Period, or as long a period as may be agreed between the Parties, full and accurate records of the Contract including the Services supplied under it, all expenditure reimbursed by the Authority, and all payments made by the Authority. The Contractor shall on request afford the Authority or the Authority’s representatives such access to those records as may be requested by the Authority in connection with the Contract.
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET (OMB) AUDIT REQUIREMENTS The parties shall comply with the requirements of the Single Audit Act of 1984, P.L. 98-502, ensuring that the single audit report includes the coverage stipulated in 2 CFR 200.
EMPLOYMENT POLICY AND UNION MEMBERSHIP 5.01 The Union and the Employer will cooperate in maintaining a desirable and competent labour force. The Employer will notify the Union of labour requirements, giving as much prior notice as possible. The Union will provide a list of labour available. The Employer, at its discretion, may hire the employees listed or from other sources.
Professional Development Leave (a) Policy. Professional development leave will be made available to faculty who meet the requirements set forth below. Such leave is to be granted to increase a faculty member’s value to the University through enhanced opportunities for professional renewal, educational travel, study, formal education, research, writing, involvement in a special project, or other experience of professional value, not as a reward for service.
CENTRAL LABOUR RELATIONS COMMITTEE C4.1 OPSBA, the Crown and OSSTF agree to establish a joint Central Labour Relations Committee to promote and facilitate communication between rounds of bargaining on issues of joint interest.
State Auditor’s Office PROVIDER understands that acceptance of funds under this Agreement constitutes acceptance of the authority of the Texas State Auditor's Office, or any successor agency (collectively, “Auditor”), to conduct an audit or investigation in connection with those funds pursuant to Section 51.9335(c), Texas Education Code. PROVIDER agrees to cooperate with the Auditor in the conduct of the audit or investigation, including without limitation, providing all records requested. PROVIDER will include this provision in all contracts with permitted subcontractors.