Examples of Applicable Tax Law in a sentence
Such Tax Returns shall be prepared in accordance with this Agreement and past practice of the Company except for the Section 338(h)(10) Election, as otherwise required by Applicable Tax Law, or with the prior written consent of Buyer.
Such Tax Returns that include Pre-Effective Periods shall be prepared in accordance with this Agreement and past practice of the Company except as otherwise required by Applicable Tax Law or with the prior written consent of Seller.
At least three (3) Business Days prior to making any such deduction or withholding, Buyer shall notify Seller in writing of the amount and basis of such deduction and withholding and shall cooperate in good faith with Seller to use commercially reasonable efforts identified by Seller to mitigate any such requirement to deduct or withhold to the extent permitted by Applicable Tax Law.
Any such withholding shall be paid to or deposited with the appropriate authorities by the deducting or withholding party on a timely basis and such party shall promptly provide to the Person on whose behalf such withholding was made copies of any forms reporting such withholding and supporting documentation evidencing the withholding Tax payment required by Applicable Tax Law to be filed in connection with such withholding.
Neither Buyer nor Seller shall be required by this Section 7.2(b) to amend any filed Tax Return as a result of any of the preceding adjustments to the Asset Allocation unless required to do so by Applicable Tax Law.