Taxing Authorities Sample Clauses

Taxing Authorities. No written claims have ever been made by any Governmental Authority where the Company or a Subsidiary of the Company does not file Tax Returns that such Person is or may be subject to material taxation by, or required to file material Tax Returns in, that jurisdiction which claim has not been settled, withdrawn or otherwise resolved. Neither the Company nor any of its Subsidiaries has a permanent establishment [*] = Certain confidential information contained in this document, marked by brackets, has been omitted because it is both (i) not material and (ii) is the type that the registrant treats as private or confidential. (within the meaning of an applicable Tax treaty) or otherwise has an office or fixed place of business in a country other than the country in which it was organized or is domiciled for tax purposes.
Taxing Authorities as defined in Background above.
Taxing Authorities. Section 2.14
Taxing Authorities. 1) There shall be the following classes of Taxing Authorities for the purposes of this Act, namely:
Taxing Authorities. If KB Home is contacted by governmental taxing authorities, you shall reasonably cooperate with KB Home and the governmental taxing authority by providing all information requested by the governmental taxing authority, including but not limited to providing a completed Form 4669.
Taxing Authorities. The County, the City, the Hospital District, and the CSC.
Taxing Authorities. Notwithstanding any other provisions included in this Interim Order, or any agreements approved hereby, any statutory liens (collectively, the “Tax Liens”) of any taxing authorities (collectively, the “Taxing Authorities”) shall not be primed by nor made subordinate to any liens granted to any party hereby to the extent such Tax Liens are valid, senior, perfected, and unavoidable, and all parties’ rights to object to the priority, validity, amount, and extent of the claims and liens asserted by the Taxing Authorities are fully preserved.

Related to Taxing Authorities

  • Authorities This Precedent Agreement and the performance hereof are subject to all present and future applicable valid laws, orders, decisions, rules and regulations of duly constituted governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the provision of natural gas transportation service in the interstate commerce of the United States of America (“governmental authority”). Should either of the parties, by force of any such law, order, decision, rule or regulation, at any time during the term of this Precedent Agreement be ordered or required to do any act inconsistent with the provisions hereof, then for the period during which the requirements of such law, order, decision, rule or regulation are applicable, this Precedent Agreement shall be deemed modified to conform with the requirement of such law, order, decision, rule or regulation; provided, however, nothing herein shall alter, modify or otherwise affect the respective rights of the parties to terminate this Precedent Agreement under the terms and conditions hereof.

  • Tax Returns Each Borrower and Guarantor has filed, or caused to be filed, in a timely manner all tax returns, reports and declarations which are required to be filed by it. All information in such tax returns, reports and declarations is complete and accurate in all material respects. Each Borrower and Guarantor has paid or caused to be paid all taxes due and payable or claimed due and payable in any assessment received by it, except taxes the validity of which are being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings diligently pursued and available to such Borrower or Guarantor and with respect to which adequate reserves have been set aside on its books. Adequate provision has been made for the payment of all accrued and unpaid Federal, State, county, local, foreign and other taxes whether or not yet due and payable and whether or not disputed.

  • Competent Authorities 1. The competent authorities for the administration of this Chapter are: (a) for Korea, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, or its successor; and (b) for Peru, the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism, or its successor. 2. Each competent authority shall designate one or more contact points for purposes of this Chapter and provide contact details of such contact points to the competent authority of the other Party. Competent authorities of the Parties shall promptly notify each other of any changes to the contact details of their contact points.