Pre-Effective Date Tax Period means any Tax period ending on or before the Effective Date.
Examples of Pre-Effective Date Tax Period in a sentence
The Purchaser shall pay to the Sellers the amount of any refund of Taxes (other than a refund which is an Indemnification Tax Benefit or which is reflected in the Financial Statements, and/or which relates to Brazilian VAT paid in the year 2013) received by any of the Group Entities or any successor to all or parts of their business by cash payment, set-off, deduction or otherwise, relating to the Pre-Effective Date Tax Period (the "Tax Refund").
Buyer shall, at least 30 days prior to filing any such Tax Return that relates to a Pre-Effective Date Tax Period, provide a copy of such Tax Return to Sellers.
The Purchaser shall (and shall procure that the Group Entities do) fully cooperate with the Sellers' Agent, and its advisors in connection with any Tax matter relating to the Pre-Effective Date Tax Period including, without limitation, any inquiry, examination, audit, investigation, negotiation, dispute, appeal or litigation with respect to such period.
Except as set forth on Schedule 3.1(d), no material issue relating to Taxes of the Company or its Subsidiaries has been raised by any taxing authority in any audit or examination which could result in a proposed adjustment or assessment by a Governmental Entity in a Pre-Effective Date Tax Period.
Sellers shall have no other legal remedy in case of breach of any Tax Warranty.9.2Tax Indemnity(a)Sellers shall pay to Purchaser an amount equal to any Taxes (as defined below) which are imposed on and payable by any of the STAHL CS Companies to any competent governmental authority in charge of imposing or receiving the relevant Tax (a "Taxing Authority") for any Tax assessment period ending on or before the Effective Date ("Pre-Effective Date Tax Period").