There shall be no amendment to the Contract for Difference, adjustment to the Strike Price or other compensation in respect of or on account of any Excluded Change in Law other than pursuant to the Change Control Procedure.
There shall be no amendment to this Agreement, adjustment to the Strike Price or other compensation in respect of or on account of any Excluded Change in Law other than pursuant to the Change Control Procedure.
Excluded Change of Law means any Change of Law: (a) the effects of which must be satisfied by the Contractor under clause 48; or(b) which affects the Tax applying to the Contractor, other than:(a) a Tax imposed by the State of Western Australia;(b) the superannuation guarantee levy under the Superannuation Guarantee Charge Act 1992 (Cth) and the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992 (Cth); or(c) a Tax described in paragraph f(i) of the definition of Change of Law.
Excluded Change means the codification in Dutch law of a “thin-capitalization” rule for insurers that is substantially similar to the policy intentions described in item N151 on page 67 of the Coalition Agreement of the (then) proposed Dutch Government (Regeerakkoord) 2017-2021 published on October 10, 2017.
Excluded Change means the implementation of a minimum capitalization rule for banks and insurance companies on the terms as set out in the Tax Plan 2020 (Pakket Belastingplan 2020) published by the Dutch Ministry of Finance on September 17, 2019.