Buyer Taxes definition

Buyer Taxes means any taxes imposed from time to time:
Buyer Taxes means any Taxes imposed from time to time:

Examples of Buyer Taxes in a sentence

Buyer shall indemnify and hold Seller and its direct or indirect owners and Affiliates harmless from any and all Buyer Taxes, and Seller shall indemnify and hold Buyer and its Affiliates harmless from any and all Seller Taxes.

The Contract Price does not include the amount of any Buyer Taxes.

If Buyer deducts or withholds Buyer Taxes, Buyer shall pay additional amounts so that Seller receives the full Contract Price without reduction for Buyer Taxes.

If the Buyer deducts or withholds Buyer Taxes from payments otherwise due to the Seller, the Buyer shall pay the Seller, within ten (10) days after request by the Seller, additional amounts so as to cause the amounts actually received by the Seller, net of deducted or withheld Buyer Taxes, to equal the full part of the Contract Price or the Purchase Order Price, as applicable, that the Seller would otherwise have received.

If the Seller is required to pay Buyer Taxes, the Buyer shall, promptly upon receipt of the Seller’s invoice for such Buyer Taxes and proof of the Seller’s payment of such Buyer Taxes from the appropriate governmental authority, pay to the Seller such Buyer Taxes.


More Definitions of Buyer Taxes

Buyer Taxes means any Taxes that are imposed as a result of any action of Buyer or an Affiliate of Buyer (i) described in Section 6.8(a), (b) or (d), whether or not taken with Seller’s consent and whether or not required by Law, (ii) prohibited by this Agreement, or (iii) taken out of the ordinary course of business after the Closing.
Buyer Taxes has the meaning set forth in Section 6.4.
Buyer Taxes means (a) Income Taxes imposed by any applicable Law on Buyer, any of Buyer’s direct or indirect owners or Affiliates, or any consolidated, combined, or unitary group of which any of the foregoing is or was a member; (b) any Asset Taxes allocable to Buyer under Article IX (taking into account, and without duplication of, (1) such Asset Taxes effectively borne by Buyer as a result of the adjustments to the Base Purchase Price made under Section 2.3 and/or Section 13.1, as applicable, and (2) any payments made from one Party to the other in respect of Asset Taxes under Section 9.3); (c) any Transfer Taxes allocated to Buyer under Section 9.7, and (d) any Taxes (other than the Taxes described in clauses (a) or (b) of this definition) attributable to the ownership or operation of the Assets for any Tax period (or portion thereof) beginning at the Effective Time.
Buyer Taxes means (a) all Subject Transfer Taxes, (b) all Taxes imposed on or asserted against Buyer in respect of its business or the acquisition of the Assets for any taxable period or portion thereof, whether before or after the Closing Date, (c) all Asset Taxes for any taxable period or portion thereof on and after the Effective Time, and (d) all other Taxes to the extent attributable to the obligations of Buyer hereunder.
Buyer Taxes means any Taxes that are allocable to (or payable by) Buyer pursuant to Section 7.06(a) (including Non-Income Taxes that are due with respect to the Assets for the taxable period that includes the Closing Date and assumed by Buyer as provided in Section 7.06(a) and Section 7.06(b)) other than Taxes resulting from a breach of a representation or warranty set forth in Section 3.11.
Buyer Taxes means any and all (i) Taxes imposed on any Acquired Company or Newco that are attributable or allocable to a Post-Closing Period, (ii) Taxes arising from any action or transaction by Buyer, any Acquired Company or Newco after the Closing and (iii) Transfer Taxes for which Buyer is responsible under Section 5.16(d).
Buyer Taxes means (a) any Taxes that are allocated to (or otherwise payable by) Buyer pursuant to Section 7.06(a) and (b) the portion of any Transfer Taxes allocated to Buyer pursuant to Section 7.06(b); provided, however, that “Buyer Taxes” shall not include any Seller Taxes.