Safe Harbor Sample Clauses

Safe Harbor. The parties hereto intend (a) for this Guaranty and each Transaction to qualify for the safe harbor treatment provided by the Bankruptcy Code and for Buyer to be entitled to all of the rights, benefits and protections afforded to Persons under the Bankruptcy Code with respect to a “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7) of the Bankruptcy Code and that payments under the Repurchase Documents are deemedmargin payments,” “settlement payments” or a “transfer” as defined in Section 101 of the Bankruptcy Code, (b) for the grant of a security interest set forth in Section 6 of the Repurchase Agreement to also be a “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7)(A)(xi) of the Bankruptcy Code, and (c) that Buyer (for so long as Buyer is a “financial institution,” “financial participant” or other entity listed in Section 555, 559 or 362(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code) shall be entitled to the “safe harbor” benefits and protections afforded under the Bankruptcy Code with respect to a “securities contract,” including (x) the rights, set forth in Sections 13 and 21 of the Repurchase Agreement and in Section 555, 559 and 561 of the Bankruptcy Code, to liquidate the Purchased Assets and terminate the Repurchase Agreement and this Guaranty, and (y) the right to offset or net out as set forth in the Repurchase Agreement, in Section 18 hereof and in Section 362(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code.
Safe Harbor. Each of the Members agrees that (1) the Company is authorized and directed to elect the Safe Harbor described in the proposed Revenue Procedure contained in the Internal Revenue Service Notice 2005-43 (the “Notice”) and (2) the Company and each of its Members (including a Person to whom a Membership Interest is transferred in connection with the performance of services) agrees to comply with all of the requirements of the Safe Harbor described in the proposed Revenue Procedure with respect to all Membership Interests transferred in connection with the performance of services while the election is in effect. Each of the Members and the Company agrees not to report the income tax effects of the Safe Harbor Partnership Interest (as defined in the proposed Revenue Procedure Notice) to the U.S. tax authorities in a manner inconsistent with the requirements of the proposed Revenue Procedure, including the failure to provide appropriate information returns. Each of the Members acknowledges that the Notice contains a proposed Revenue Procedure and that the Notice and Revenue Procedure may undergo changes prior to their finalization. Each Member hereby irrevocably grants to the Directors a power-of-attorney coupled with an interest to amend this Agreement to conform to any changes to the Notice reflected in the finalized Notice and/or Revenue Procedure in order to permit the Company and its Members to qualify for the Safe Harbor election.
Safe Harbor. The Employer agrees to provide an opportunity for assistance to those employees who voluntarily seek treatment for illegal drug use. This shall be known as “Safe Harbor.” "Safe Harbor" insulates the employee from discipline only for self-confessed and admitted acts of using illegal drugs which are made prior to any announcement of a random test of the employee. An employee will qualify for the "Safe Harbor" provision only if he or she meets all of the conditions set forth in current DON policy. However, under no circumstances shall an employee be granted Safe Harbor status if the employee has not officially requested Safe Harbor prior to a random or scheduled test. Arbitrators shall be without authority to extend the Safe Harbor provisions to any employee who does not qualify for it under this Section.
Safe Harbor. The recipient government will then compare the reporting year’s actual tax revenue to the baseline. If actual tax revenue is greater than the baseline, Treasury will deem the recipient government not to have any recognized net reduction for the reporting year, and therefore to be in a safe harbor and outside the ambit of the offset provision. This approach is consistent with the ARPA, which contemplates recoupment of Fiscal Recovery Funds only in the event that such funds are used to offset a reduction in net tax revenue. If net tax revenue has not been reduced, this provision does not apply. In the event that actual tax revenue is above the baseline, the organic revenue growth that has occurred, plus any other revenue-raising changes, by definition must have been enough to offset the in-year costs of the covered changes.
Safe Harbor. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the Company will not pay to Employee any excise tax gross up pursuant to this Agreement or any other agreement between Employee and the Company. Further notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the Company shall reduce any payment contingent on a Change of Control pursuant to any plan, agreement, or arrangement of the Company that would be considered in determining whether a “parachute payment” (as defined in Section 280G (“Section 280G”) of the Code), has occurred (“Change of Control Severance Payment”) to 2.99 times Employee’s average compensation, as indicated on such Employee’s Form W-2, for the five (5) years ending immediately prior to the year containing the date of the Change of Control (the “Safe Harbor Amount”) if, and only if, reducing the Change of Control Severance Payment would provide Employee with a greater net after-tax Change of Control Severance Payment than would be the case if no such reduction took place. The Safe Harbor Amount, as defined herein, is an amount expressed in present value which maximizes the aggregate present value of the Change of Control Severance Payment without causing the Change of Control Severance Payment to be subject to the excise tax under Section 4999 (and related Section 280G) of the Code (the “Excise Tax”), determined in accordance with Section 280G(d)(4). Any reduction in the Change of Control Severance Payment shall be implemented in accordance with Section 7(b).
Safe Harbor. Each of the parties hereto intend (i) for this Agreement to qualify for the safe harbor treatment provided by the Bankruptcy Code and for each of the Participating Counterparties to be entitled to all of the rights, benefits and protections afforded to Persons under the Bankruptcy Code with respect to a “repurchase agreement” as defined in Section 101(47) of the Bankruptcy Code, a “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7) of the Bankruptcy Code and a “master netting agreement” as defined in Section 101(38A) of the Bankruptcy Code, and that all payments made under or pursuant to this Agreement are deemedmargin payments” or “settlement payments,” as defined in Section 101 of the Bankruptcy Code, (ii) for the grant of a security interest contemplated in Section 2 of this Agreement to also be a “repurchase agreement” as defined in Section 101(47)(v) of the Bankruptcy Code, “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7)(A)(xi) of the Bankruptcy Code and a “master netting agreement” as defined in Section 101(38A) of the Bankruptcy Code, and (iii) that each Participating Counterparty (for so long as such Participating Counterparty is a “financial institution,” “financial participant” or other entity listed in Section 555, 559, 561, 362(b)(6), 362(b)(7) or 362(b)(27) of the Bankruptcy Code) shall be entitled to, without limitation, the liquidation, termination, acceleration, netting, set-off, and non-avoidability rights afforded to parties such as such Participating Counterparty to “repurchase agreementspursuant to Sections 559, 362(b)(7) and 546(f) of the Bankruptcy Code, “securities contracts” pursuant to Sections 555, 362(b)(6) and 546(e) of the Bankruptcy Code and “master netting agreements” pursuant to Sections 561, 362(b)(27) and 546(j) of the Bankruptcy Code. The parties hereto further acknowledge and agree that if any Participating Counterparty is an “insured depository institution,” as such term is defined in the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, as amended (“FDIA”), then this Agreement hereunder is a “qualified financial contract,” as that term is defined in FDIA and any rules, orders or policy statements thereunder (except insofar as the type of assets subject to this Agreement would render such definition inapplicable). The parties hereto further acknowledge and agree that this Agreement constitutes a “netting contract” as defined in and subject to Title IV of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 (“FDICIA”) an...
Safe Harbor. For purposes of the Code and the Treasury Regulations, each assignment to the QI made by a Legal Entity pursuant to this Section 2.04 is made by Exchangor pursuant to the assignment Safe Harbor set forth in Section 6.02 of Revenue Procedure 2003-39 and, except as may be otherwise required by applicable law, shall be effective when provided in Section 2.04(a) or 2.04(b) hereof, as applicable, without the need for any further actions other than those provided in Sections 2.01, 2.02, 2.03, 2.04(a) and 2.04(b) hereof by a Legal Entity or the QI with respect to the transfer of any Relinquished Property or any Replacement Property.
Safe Harbor. The Company is conducting this Regulation Crowdfunding raise as a “second phase” of funding round conducted after a Regulation D 506(b) whose purchasers had notes with substantially similar terms. For purposes of integration, the Company is conducting this raise under the safe harbor described in Rule 152(b)(4) [17 CFR § 230.152(b)(4)].
Safe Harbor. The Parties acknowledge, agree, and intend for purposes of “safe harbor” under the United States Bankruptcy Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”) that, without limitation, as applicable: (a) all Transactions constitute “forward contracts,” “forward agreements,” “emissions forward contract,” or “spot…forward…or other commodity agreement,” within the meaning of Bankruptcy Code Sections 101(25), 101(53B)(A)(i)(VII), 101(53B)(A)(i)(IX), or 101(53B)(A)(i)(II), respectively; (b) all payments made or to be made by one Party to the other Party hereunder with respect to forward contracts constitute “settlement payments,” “margin payments,” or “transfers” within the meaning of the Bankruptcy Code; (c) all transfers of Performance Assurance by one Party to the other Party hereunder constitute “margin payments” within the meaning of the Bankruptcy Code; (d) without limitation, each Party’s rights hereunder constitute a contractual right “to liquidate, terminate, or accelerate” within the meaning of the Bankruptcy Code; (e) this Agreement constitutes a “master netting agreement” and each Party is a “master netting agreement participant” within the meaning of the Bankruptcy Code; and (f) each Party is a “forward contract merchant” within the meaning of the Bankruptcy Code.
Safe Harbor. In order to effectuate the stated goal, the parties acknowledge the importance of the Child Consultant’s office being a “safe harbor”—a place where the children can be truthfully assured that what they say will not be disclosed to third parties without their consent.