Pre-Closing Tax Obligations means unpaid Tax owed by the Company or for which the Company is otherwise liable (including, without duplication, unpaid estimated Tax with respect to such income and gain recognized on or prior to the Closing Date) that is due for Pre-Closing Periods or Pre-Closing Straddle Periods described in Section 6.18(a).
Examples of Pre-Closing Tax Obligations in a sentence
The fact that the Pre-Closing Tax Obligations are not considered final shall not defer the date on which payments with respect to such Pre-Closing Tax Obligations are due under this Section 1.7, Section 1.8 or Article VIII.
For the avoidance of doubt, unless otherwise jointly agreed to by the Purchaser and the Sellers' Representative, (i) the accounting firm shall not review the Pre-Closing Tax Obligations; and (ii) the Purchaser and the Sellers' Representative shall negotiate in good faith to resolve any dispute as to the Pre-Closing Tax Obligations.
Any Pre-Closing Tax Obligations owed by Seller on a Shared Tax Return shall be paid by Seller to Buyer by the due date (as it may be extended) of such Shared Tax Return.
Any Pre-Closing Tax Obligations owed by Seller on a Shared Tax Return shall be paid by Seller to Buyer by the due date of such Shared Tax Return.
Seller and Buyer shall cooperate with respect to the filing of any Tax Returns required to be filed in the Post-Closing Tax Period which include Pre-Closing Tax Obligations (a Shared Tax Return).