Definition of Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period


Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period means a taxable period that, to the extent it relates to a member of the NewCo Group, ends on or before the Deconsolidation Date.
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Examples of Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period in a sentence

Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including, without limitation, a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a tax credit) by a member of the Match Group from a Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period to a Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period during which such member of the Match Group was included in a Combined Return filed for such Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period.
Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including, without limitation, a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a Tax credit) by a member of the NewCo Group from a Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period to a Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period during which such member of the NewCo Group was included in a Combined Return filed for such Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period.
Except as required by applicable law, without the prior written consent of Parent, neither Enova nor any member of the Enova Tax Group will file any amended Tax Return with respect to any Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period of Enova.
Unless otherwise required by applicable law, the parties hereby agree (i) to prepare and file all Tax Returns for any Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period and any Straddle Taxable Period in a manner consistent with past practice regarding such preparation and filing, and (ii) to prepare and file all Tax Returns, and to take all other actions, in a manner consistent with this Agreement.
Except as required by applicable law, without the prior written consent of Enova or any member of the Enova Tax Group, Parent may not amend any Tax Return with respect to any Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period to the extent such amendment will increase the Tax Liability of Enova or any member of the Enova Tax Group with respect to any Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period.