Definition of Deconsolidation Year


Deconsolidation Year means the taxable year in which the Deconsolidation Date occurs.
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Examples of Deconsolidation Year in a sentence

For the Deconsolidation Year, KBR will pay Halliburton for the KBR Group Federal Income Tax Liability and the KBR Group Combined Tax Liability within sixty (60) days following the delivery to KBR by Halliburton of a KBR Group Pro Forma Consolidated Tax Return or a KBR Group Pro Forma Combined Return, as the case may be, to the extent such Tax liabilities are paid by Halliburton or other person who is not a member of the KBR Group.
For the Deconsolidation Year, the KBR Group shall be liable to Halliburton for an amount equal to the KBR Group Federal Income Tax Liability and the KBR Group Combined Tax Liability to the extent such liability was paid by Halliburton or by a member of the ESG Group.
Except as provided in Section 4.03(b) hereof, all Tax Returns required to be filed for the portion of the Deconsolidation Year ending on the Deconsolidation Date shall be filed by the party who would bear responsibility under Section 2.01 hereof if such Tax Returns were for periods prior to the Deconsolidation Year.
For each taxable year ending prior to the Deconsolidation Year and beginning on or after the Effective Date, the ESG Group shall be liable to Halliburton for an amount equal to the ESG Group Federal Income Tax Liability and the ESG Group Combined Tax Liability.
For the Deconsolidation Year any Taxes and Tax Attributes associated with the filing of a separate Tax Return in a foreign jurisdiction that includes the Tax Items of one or more ESG Group Members and one or more KBR Group Members shall be allocated to such members by Halliburton in a manner consistent with the principles set forth in this Article V.