Pertinent Jurisdiction definition

Pertinent Jurisdiction in relation to a company, means:
Pertinent Jurisdiction means any jurisdiction in which or where any Security Party is incorporated, resident, domiciled, has a permanent establishment or assets, carries on, or has a place of business or is otherwise howsoever effectively connected;
Pertinent Jurisdiction. , in relation to a company, means:

Examples of Pertinent Jurisdiction in a sentence

All payments which each Borrower is liable to make under the Finance Documents to which it is a party may be made without deduction or withholding for or on account of any tax payable under any law of any Pertinent Jurisdiction.

All payments which the Borrower is liable to make under the Finance Documents may be made without deduction or withholding for or on account of any tax payable under any law of any Pertinent Jurisdiction.

All payments which the Borrower is liable to make under the Finance Documents to which it is a party may be made without deduction or withholding for or on account of any tax payable under any law of any Pertinent Jurisdiction.

All payments which the Guarantor is liable to make under this Guarantee may be made without deduction or withholding for or on account of any tax payable under any law of any Pertinent Jurisdiction.

No Finance Document is subject to any filing or stamp duty in any Pertinent Jurisdiction.


More Definitions of Pertinent Jurisdiction

Pertinent Jurisdiction means any jurisdiction in which or where any Security Party is incorporated, resident, domiciled, has a permanent establishment or assets which are secured under the Security Documents;
Pertinent Jurisdiction means, in relation to a Person:
Pertinent Jurisdiction in relation to a company, means: (a) England and Wales; (b) the country under the laws of which the company is incorporated or formed; (c) a country in which the company has the centre of its main interests or which the company's central management and control is or has recently been exercised; (d) a country in which the overall net income of the company is subject to corporation tax, income tax or any similar tax; (e) a country in which assets of the company (other than securities issued by, or loans to, related companies) having a substantial value are situated, in which the company maintains a branch or permanent place of business, or in which a Security Interest created by the company must or should be registered in order to ensure its validity or priority; and (f) a country the courts of which have jurisdiction to make a winding up, administration or similar order in relation to the company, whether as a main or territorial or ancillary proceedings, or which would have such jurisdiction if their assistance were requested by the courts of a country referred to in paragraphs (b) or (c).
Pertinent Jurisdiction means, in relation to a company:
Pertinent Jurisdiction means any jurisdiction in which or where the Borrower is incorporated, resident, domiciled or has a permanent establishment or assets;
Pertinent Jurisdiction means the Republic of Marshall Islands or any jurisdiction in which or where the Guarantor is resident, is domiciled, established, incorporated, organized, have a permanent establishment, carries on, or has a place of business or is otherwise howsoever effectively connected.
Pertinent Jurisdiction in relation to a company, means: (a) England and Wales; (b) the country under the laws of which the company is incorporated or formed;