Examples of Eligible Liability in a sentence
Derivatives 3.4.5 (1) The DFSA may exercise the Bail-In Tool in relation to a liability arising from a Derivative only to the extent it is an unsecured liability and when, upon or after closing-out that Derivative, there is a net liability which is an Eligible Liability.
A taxpayer participating in the Amnesty Program under this subsection (e)(2) need not file a return or amended return under subsection (b) with respect to the liability that is the subject of the proceeding, but must specify in the stipulation that it is participating in the Amnesty Program and pay the Eligible Liability to the Department during the Amnesty Program Period.
Each tax type for each tax period qualifies for amnesty separately, and failure to participate for any Eligible Liability for any tax type or period incurs the 200% Sanction.
If a taxpayer in good faith requests an offset of a verified overpayment, credit memorandum, or audit overpayment against an Eligible Liability, and the amount that is actually allowable as an offset is less than the amount requested by the taxpayer, the 200% Sanction shall be imposed as provided in subsection (j)(3).
The remaining balance of the third recapitalisation (measure (f)) amounting to EUR 1 474 million has already been injected together with EUR 4 946 billion (35);(29) See Commission Decision in Case N 349/09, Ireland — Credit Institutions Eligible Liability Guarantee Scheme (OJ C 72, 20.3.2010, p.
In the case of an Eligible Liability reported on an original return filed during the Voluntary Compliance Program Period, the penalty for failure to pay estimated tax imposed by IITA Section 804(a), including any doubling of that penalty under UPIA Section 3-3(i).
The main features of regulatory own funds instruments and eligible liabilities instruments are disclosed in the table below, comprising the main features of the CET1, Tier 2, and Eligible Liability.
The Annual Cap has been determined with reference to the Group’s relevant historical transaction amounts, cash balances and cash flow positions, business development plans, the financial management, etc.
In order to participate in the Amnesty Program a taxpayer must pay the entire Eligible Liability for a tax type and tax period, irrespective of whether that liability is known to the Department or the taxpayer, or whether the Department has assessed it.
Participation in the Amnesty Program shall not preclude a taxpayer from claiming a refund for an overpayment of an Established Liability based on an issue that is not an Amnesty Issue, an overpayment of an Eligible Liability that is not an Established Liability, or an overpayment of an Estimated Federal Change Liability.