Examples of Post-Deconsolidation Date Period in a sentence
Applied Digital agrees to continue to file any Unitary Tax Returns and allocate Unitary tax liability for the Post-Deconsolidation Date Period in which the operations of VeriChip are reflected in a manner consistent with the methodology followed for the Pre-Deconsolidation Date Period.
Post-Deconsolidation Date Period means, chronologically, that period following the Deconsolidation Date.
Any minimum tax credits generated by Applied Digital in the Post-Deconsolidation Date Period shall be disregarded in making this determination.
For purposes of Section 3.1(a)(i), Consolidated Minimum Tax Credits will be considered as utilized by VeriChip before VeriChip first utilizes any minimum tax credits it has generated in the Post-Deconsolidation Date Period.
With respect to any Consolidated Return filed with respect to the EOG Group for a taxable period in the Post-Deconsolidation Date Period, EOG shall elect pursuant to section 172(b)(3) of the Code to relinquish the carryback period with respect to any net operating loss to the extent such loss otherwise could be carried back to a taxable period in the Pre-Deconsolidation Date Period.