Regulated Investment Company Election Sample Clauses

Regulated Investment Company Election. If the Prospectus for a Trust states that such Trust intends to elect to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company" as defined in the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification or to provide funds to make any distribution for a taxable year in order to avoid imposition of any income or excise tax on the Trust or on undistributed income in the Trust. The Trustee shall make such reviews of each Trust portfolio as shall be necessary to maintain qualification of a particular Trust as regulated investment company and to avoid imposition of tax on a Trust or undistributed income in a Trust, and the Depositor and Supervisor shall be authorized to rely conclusively upon such reviews."
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Regulated Investment Company Election. Each Trust elects to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company" as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, and the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification."
Regulated Investment Company Election. If so provided in the Prospectus for a Trust Fund, such Trust Fund elects to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company" as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, and the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification. In addition, the Trustee is authorized to take any actions necessary to allow a Trust Fund to qualify as a regulated investment company.
Regulated Investment Company Election. If the Trust is a RIC, the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification or to provide funds to make any distribution for a taxable year in order to avoid imposition of any income or excise tax on the Trust or on undistributed income in the Trust. The Trustee shall make such reviews of each Trust portfolio as shall be necessary to maintain qualification of a particular Trust as regulated investment company and to avoid imposition of tax on a Trust or undistributed income in a Trust, and the Depositor and Supervisor shall be authorized to rely conclusively upon such reviews."
Regulated Investment Company Election. Trustee's Reliance on Advice of the Trust Accountants with respect to compliance with Regulated Investment Company Rules. Each Trust elects to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company," as set forth in the Prospectus for such Trusts, each such Trust elects to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company", as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, and the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification. The Trustee will engage accountants selected by the Depositor to prepare or review tax returns and tax filings for each such Trust and otherwise to monitor all aspects of such Trust's compliance with the rules of the Internal Revenue Code applicable to regulated investment companies. The Trustee shall not be liable to any person for any actions taken upon the instruction of such accountants or for any omission in the absence of such instruction."
Regulated Investment Company Election. The Series Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect the qualification of the Series as a RIC.”
Regulated Investment Company Election. If the Prospectus for a Trust states that such Trust intends to elect to be treated and to qualify as a "regulated investment company" as defined in the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the Trustee is hereby directed to make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification or to provide funds to make any distribution for a taxable year in order to avoid imposition of any income or excise tax on the Trust or on undistributed income in the
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Regulated Investment Company Election. The Depositor on behalf of the Series is hereby directed to make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect the qualification of the Series as a RIC.
Regulated Investment Company Election. If the Series MSA Supplement for a Series of Trust states that such Series of Trust intends to elect to be treated and to qualify as a RIC, the Depositor on behalf of the Trust will make such elections and take all actions, including any appropriate election to be taxed as a corporation, as shall be necessary to effect such qualification. As authorized by Section 7.03, the Depositor on behalf of the Trust will engage accountants to prepare or review tax returns and tax filings for each such Series of Trust and otherwise to monitor all aspects of such Series of Trust’s compliance with the rules of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, applicable to regulated investment companies. None of the Depositor, Supervisor, Evaluator, or any BNY Party shall be liable to any person for any actions taken upon the instruction of such accountants or for any omission in the absence of such instruction.

Related to Regulated Investment Company Election

  • Investment Company Act The Company will conduct its affairs in such a manner so as to reasonably ensure that neither it nor its subsidiaries will be or become, at any time prior to the termination of this Agreement, an “investment company,” as such term is defined in the Investment Company Act, assuming no change in the Commission’s current interpretation as to entities that are not considered an investment company.

  • Investment Company Status The Company is not, and upon consummation of the sale of the Securities will not be, an “investment company,” an affiliate of an “investment company,” a company controlled by an “investment company” or an “affiliated person” of, or “promoter” or “principal underwriter” for, an “investment company” as such terms are defined in the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended.

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