Post-Distribution Period means any taxable period (or portion thereof) beginning after the Distribution Date.
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If a Tax Item allocable to Splitco is carried back from a Tax Year beginning in the Post-Distribution Period and generates a Tax Benefit on a Combined Return filed with respect to a Tax Year beginning in the Pre-Distribution Period, then, upon the request of Splitco, Distributing may, in its reasonable discretion, file a claim for refund arising from such Tax Benefit.
Spinco shall be allocated all Taxes that are attributable to members of the Spinco Group for the Post-Distribution Period and reported on, or required to be reported on, a Combined Return.
For purposes of Sections 3.1 and 3.2, in the case of any Straddle Period, (i) property taxes and exemptions, allowances or deductions that are calculated on an annualized basis shall be apportioned between the Pre-Distribution Period and the Post-Distribution Period on a daily pro-rata basis and (ii) all other Ordinary Course Taxes shall be apportioned between the Pre-Distribution Period and the Post-Distribution Period on a closing of the books basis as of the close of business on the Distribution Date.
Post-Distribution Period shall mean any taxable year or other taxable period beginning after the Distribution Date and, in the case of any taxable year or other taxable period that begins before and ends after the Distribution Date, that part of the taxable year or other taxable period that begins at the beginning of the day after the Distribution Date.
In the absence of controlling legal authority, if the Temple-Inland Group and either the Forestar Group or Guaranty Group or both, as applicable, can carryback Tax Assets from the same Post-Distribution Period to a Carryback Period, the Tax Assets of the Temple-Inland Group shall be carried back and absorbed by the Temple-Inland Group first.