Applicable Principles Subject to Section 3.3(a), the Realized Tax Benefit or Realized Tax Detriment for each Taxable Year is intended to measure the decrease or increase in the actual liability for Taxes of the Corporate Taxpayer for such Taxable Year attributable to the Basis Adjustments and Imputed Interest, determined using a “with and without” methodology. For the avoidance of doubt, the actual liability for Taxes will take into account the deduction of the portion of the Tax Benefit Payment that must be accounted for as interest under the Code based upon the characterization of Tax Benefit Payments as additional consideration payable by the Corporate Taxpayer for the Units acquired in an Exchange. Carryovers or carrybacks of any Tax item attributable to the Basis Adjustment and Imputed Interest shall be considered to be subject to the rules of the Code and the Treasury Regulations or the appropriate provisions of U.S. state and local income and franchise tax law, as applicable, governing the use, limitation and expiration of carryovers or carrybacks of the relevant type. If a carryover or carryback of any Tax item includes a portion that is attributable to the Basis Adjustment or Imputed Interest and another portion that is not, such portions shall be considered to be used in accordance with the “with and without” methodology. The parties agree that (i) all Tax Benefit Payments attributable to the Basis Adjustments (other than amounts accounted for as interest under the Code) will (A) be treated as subsequent upward purchase price adjustments that give rise to further Basis Adjustments to Reference Assets for the Corporate Taxpayer and (B) have the effect of creating additional Basis Adjustments to Reference Assets for the Corporate Taxpayer in the year of payment, and (ii) as a result, such additional Basis Adjustments will be incorporated into the current year calculation and into future year calculations, as appropriate.
Objectives and Principles 1. The Parties acknowledge the importance of customs and trade facilitation matters in the evolving global trading environment.
Governing Principles 1. The implementation of this Memorandum of Understanding shall in all aspects be governed by the Regulation and subsequent amendments thereof.
Principles 1.1.0 The Trust will be governed by the employee representatives and the employer representatives, together with the Crown;
General Principles Each Party undertakes to take part in the efficient implementation of the Project, and to cooperate, perform and fulfil, promptly and on time, all of its obligations under the Grant Agreement and this Consortium Agreement as may be reasonably required from it and in a manner of good faith as prescribed by Belgian law. Each Party undertakes to notify promptly, in accordance with the governance structure of the Project, any significant information, fact, problem or delay likely to affect the Project. Each Party shall promptly provide all information reasonably required by a Consortium Body or by the Coordinator to carry out its tasks. Each Party shall take reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of any information or materials it supplies to the other Parties.
Basic Principles The Electrical Contractor and the Union have a common and sympathetic interest in the Electrical Industry. Therefore, a working system and harmonious relations are necessary to improve the relationship between the Employer, the Union and the Public. Progress in industry demands a mutuality of confidence between the Employer and the Union. All will benefit by continuous peace and by adjusting any differences by rational common-sense methods.
Cost Principles The Subrecipient shall administer its program in conformance with 2 CFR Part 200, et al; (and if Subrecipient is a governmental or quasi-governmental agency, the applicable sections of 24 CFR 85, “Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments,”) as applicable. These principles shall be applied for all costs incurred whether charged on a direct or indirect basis.
Funding Principles A Party which spends less than its allocated share of the Consortium Budget will be funded in accordance with its actual duly justified eligible costs only. A Party that spends more than its allocated share of the Consortium Budget will be funded only in respect of duly justified eligible costs up to an amount not exceeding that share.
General Interpretive Principles For purposes of this Agreement, except as otherwise expressly provided or unless the context otherwise requires:
Operating Principles (i) During the Term of a Site, Tower Operator shall manage, operate and maintain such Site (including with respect to the entry into, modification, amendment, extension, expiration, termination, structuring and administration of Ground Leases and Collocation Agreements related thereto) (i) in the ordinary course of business, (ii) in compliance with applicable Law in all material respects, (iii) in a manner consistent in all material respects with the manner in which Tower Operator manages, operates and maintains its portfolio of telecommunications tower sites and (iv) in a manner that shall not be less than the general standard of care in the tower industry. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, during the Term of a Site, except as expressly permitted by the terms of this Agreement, Tower Operator shall not without the prior written consent of AT&T Collocator (A) manage, operate or maintain such Site in a manner that would (x) diminish the expected residual value of such Site in any material respect or shorten the expected remaining economic life of such Site, in each case determined as of the expiration of the Term of such Site, or (y) cause such Site or a substantial portion of such Site to become “limited use property” within the meaning of Rev. Proc. 2001-28, 2001-1 C.B. 1156 (except, in the case of this clause (y), as required by applicable Law or any Governmental Authority), (B) structure any related Ground Lease in a manner such that the amounts payable thereunder are above fair market value during any period following or upon the expiration of the Term of such Site (without regard to any amounts payable prior to the expiration of the Term of such Site) or (C) structure any related Collocation Agreement in a manner such that the amounts payable thereunder are structured on an initial lump-sum basis (if such amounts payable are not capital contributions or other upfront payments for capital improvements to a Site related to the use of such Site by the collocator under such Collocation Agreement) or are otherwise less than fair market value during any period following or upon expiration of the Term of such Site (without regard to any amounts payable prior to the expiration of the Term of such Site), in each case unless otherwise expressly authorized by the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Transaction Documents.