Retail Sales Tax Sample Clauses

Retail Sales Tax. At or before the Closing Time, the Vendor will deliver to the Purchaser a duplicate copy of a certificate issued pursuant to Section 6 of the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario) and will deliver evidence satisfactory to the Purchaser that all taxes required to be paid by the Vendor under similar legislation in the Province of British Columbia have been paid.
Retail Sales Tax. Proginet and Blockade agree that the sale of the Assets is a sales outside of the ordinary course of Blockade’s business, that Blockade is not a “vendor” as that term is defined in the RSTA and, as a result, Blockade is not required to levy, collect or remit Ontario retail sales tax on the sale of any portion of the Assets. Proginet acknowledges its obligation to self-assess and remit any Ontario retail sales tax that may be payable under the RSTA in respect of the transfer, assignment and sales of the Assets.
Retail Sales Tax. The Seller shall deliver to the Buyer at the Closing a clearance certificate under section 6 of the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario) and similar clearance certificates, if available, from the retail sales tax authorities in the jurisdiction where the Business is carried on by the Vendor or the Purchased Assets are located;
Retail Sales Tax. Each of the Company and the Subsidiary has paid all Taxes imposed by the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario) and other relevant provincial tax statute(s) on the acquisition of its tangible personal property as defined in such statute, and none of its tangible personal property has been transferred at any time on a tax-exempt basis under the provisions of section 13 of Regulation 1013 to the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario), or any predecessor thereof, or under a similar provision of any other relevant provincial tax statute.
Retail Sales Tax. The Vendor shall deliver to the Purchaser on the Closing Date a certificate issued by the Minister of Revenue of Ontario under subsection 6(1) of the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario);
Retail Sales Tax. The Vendor shall have provided evidence that no tax is payable under the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario). If, in the alternative, retail sales tax is payable in connection with the operation of the Purchased Business, the Vendor shall have obtained at its expense and shall have delivered to the Purchaser a certificate pursuant to section 6 of the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario) stating that all taxes required to be paid by the Vendor in respect of the Purchased Business under the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario) have been paid.
Retail Sales Tax. At or before the Completion Time, the Vendor will deliver to the Purchaser a duplicate copy of a certificate issued pursuant to section 6 of the Retail Sales Tax Act (Ontario).
Retail Sales Tax. (r) The Vendor shall have the option to collect and remit the retail sales tax, if any, payable by the Purchaser on chattels which are purchased in this transaction as a charge on closing and the allocation of such chattels will be estimated, if necessary, by the Vendor.