Definition of Post-Closing Period


Post-Closing Period means all taxable years or other taxable periods that begin after the Closing Date and, with respect to any Straddle Period, the portion of such taxable year or period beginning after the Closing Date.
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Post-Closing Period means any taxable period (or portion thereof) beginning after the Closing Date.
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Examples of Post-Closing Period in a sentence

Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree to allocate income, gain, loss, deductions and credits between the period up to Closing (the "Pre-Closing Period") and the period after Closing (the "Post-Closing Period") based on a closing of the books of Split-Off Subsidiary, and both Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree not to make an election under Reg.
Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree to allocate income, gain, loss, deductions and credits between the period up to Closing (the Pre-Closing Period) and the period after Closing (the Post-Closing Period) based on a closing of the books of Split-Off Subsidiary, and both Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree not to make an election under Reg.
To the extent payment is received following the Closing by the Company under a Purchased Contract in respect of any Post-Closing Period, such payment or portion thereof which relates to the Post-Closing Period shall be promptly paid by the Company to the Buyer.
Except as otherwise provided, regardless of which party is responsible for Taxes under this Section 7.4, PBF Energy shall handle payment to the appropriate Governmental Authority of all Taxes with respect to any Pre-Closing Period (and shall file all such Tax Returns), and the Partnership shall handle payment to the appropriate Governmental Authority of all Taxes with respect to any Post-Closing Period (and shall file all such Tax Returns).
None of Borden, Parent, Holdings or any of Holdings' Subsidiaries shall settle a Tax Claim relating to a Post-Closing Period without Parent's prior written consent.