Post-Closing Taxes means Taxes of the Company for any Post-Closing Tax Period.
Examples of Post-Closing Taxes in a sentence
Sellers and Buyer will make available to each other and to any taxing authority, and will cause to be made available (if necessary), all information, records or documents relating to the liability or potential liability for Pre-Closing Taxes, Overlap Period Taxes and Post-Closing Taxes during normal business hours as reasonably requested.
On the Closing Date, or as promptly as practicable following the Closing Date, but in no event later than sixty (60) calendar days thereafter, Pre-Closing Taxes and Post-Closing Taxes, local business or other license fees or taxes, rents under the Leases assumed by Purchaser, merchants' association dues and other similar periodic charges payable with respect to the Site and the Facility shall be prorated between Purchaser and Seller effective as of the Closing Date.
Buyer shall bear sole responsibility for the payment of, and shall indemnify Seller and its Affiliates from, (i) all Post-Closing Taxes and (ii) Buyer's share of any Transfer Taxes under Section 7.9(h).
The Company hereby assumes and agrees to be solely liable for and obligated to discharge and/or perform all of the Liabilities of Dow with respect to the ownership, possession, operation and use of the Transferred Assets to the extent arising on or after the Effective Date, including without limitation, any Post-Closing Taxes (collectively, the Assumed Liabilities).
Buyer shall timely file or cause to be filed all Tax Returns required to report Post-Closing Taxes and shall timely pay or cause to be paid all Post-Closing Taxes associated with such Tax Returns.