Definition of Post-Closing Taxable Period


Post-Closing Taxable Period means any taxable period beginning after the Closing Date.
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Examples of Post-Closing Taxable Period in a sentence

Classic Group Classic and each corporation that joins with Classic in filing a consolidated federal income Tax Return for any Post-Closing Taxable Period.
Parker agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless EVI from and against, and agrees to pay, all Tax Losses incurred as a result of: a claim, notice of deficiency, or assessment by, or any obligation owing to, any taxing authority for any Taxes of Mallard or any subsidiary of Mallard attributable to any Post-Closing Taxable Period; and -31- 32 (2) any breach of any representation, warranty or obligation of Parker under Section 8 of this Agreement.
The Parent or the Acquiror shall be entitled to any refund of Taxes (whether in the form of cash received or a credit against Taxes otherwise payable) for which it is responsible under this Agreement; provided, however, that the Acquiror shall be entitled to any refund of any Tax of UG Asia that is attributable to any carryback from any Post-Closing Taxable Period of UG Asia.
Hyatt Group Hyatt and each corporation that joins with Hyatt in filing a consolidated federal income Tax Return for any Post-Closing Taxable Period or Straddle Period.
The Company shall have the sole right to represent the interests of the Company and its Subsidiaries in any legal proceedings relating to a Post-Closing Taxable Period (or to any Straddle Period for which Seller has no Tax liability) and to employ counsel of its choice at its own expense.