Relevant Jurisdiction definition

Relevant Jurisdiction means, with respect to a party, the jurisdictions (a) in which the party is incorporated, organised, managed and controlled or considered to have its seat, (b) where an Office through which the party is acting for purposes of this Agreement is located, (c) in which the party executes this Agreement and (d) in relation to any payment, from or through which such payment is made.
Relevant Jurisdiction means, in relation to an Obligor:
Relevant Jurisdiction means the State of Delaware and the United States or any political subdivision or any authority thereof or therein having power to tax or any other jurisdiction or any political subdivision or any authority thereof or therein having power to tax to which AT&T becomes subject in respect of payments made by it of principal and interest on the Notes.

Examples of Relevant Jurisdiction in a sentence

For the purpose of Section 3(e) of this Agreement, Party A and Party B will each make the following representation: It is not required by any applicable law, as modified by the practice of any relevant governmental revenue authority, of any Relevant Jurisdiction to make any deduction or withholding for or on account of any Tax from any payment (other than interest under Section 2(e), 6(d)(ii) or 6(e) of this Agreement) to be made by it to the other party under this Agreement.

For the purpose of Section 3(e) of this Agreement, Party A will make the following representation and Party B will make the following representation: It is not required by any applicable law, as modified by the practice of any relevant governmental revenue authority, of any Relevant Jurisdiction to make any deduction or withholding for or on account of any Tax from any payment (other than interest under Section 9(h) of this Agreement) to be made by it to the other party under this Agreement.

For the purpose of Section 3(e) of this Agreement, Party A and Party B each make the following representation: It is not required by any applicable law, as modified by the practice of any relevant governmental revenue authority, of any Relevant Jurisdiction to make any deduction or withholding for or on account of any Tax from any payment (other than interest under Section 2(e), 6(d)(ii) or 6(e) of this Agreement) to be made by it to the other party under this Agreement.

For purposes of Section 3(e) of this Agreement, Party A and Party B each make the following representation: It is not required by any applicable law, as modified by the practice of any relevant governmental revenue authority, of any Relevant Jurisdiction to make any deduction or withholding for or on account of any Tax from any payment (other than interest under Section 2(e), 6(d)(ii) or 6(e) of this Agreement) to be made by it to the other party under this Agreement.

For the purpose of Section 3(e), Party A and Party B make the following representation: It is not required by any applicable law, as modified by the practice of any relevant governmental revenue authority, of any Relevant Jurisdiction to make any deduction or withholding for or on account of any Tax from any payment (other than interest under Section 2(e), 6(d)(ii), or 6(e)) to be made by it to the other party under this Agreement.


More Definitions of Relevant Jurisdiction

Relevant Jurisdiction means any jurisdiction in which or where any Security Party is incorporated, resident, domiciled, has a permanent establishment, carries on, or has a place of business or is otherwise effectively connected;
Relevant Jurisdiction means the country in which the Bonds are issued, being Norway.
Relevant Jurisdiction means, in relation to a Credit Party, (a) its Original Jurisdiction; (b) any jurisdiction where any asset subject to or intended to be subject to the Collateral to be created by it is situated; (c) any jurisdiction where it conducts its business; and (d) the jurisdiction whose laws govern the perfection of any of the Security Documents entered into by it.
Relevant Jurisdiction means, in relation to a Transaction Obligor:
Relevant Jurisdiction means (i) in the case of any Loan to the Company or any Domestic Borrowing Subsidiary, the United States of America, and (ii) in the case of any Loan to any other Borrowing Subsidiary, the jurisdiction imposing (or having the power to impose) withholding tax on payments by such Borrowing Subsidiary under this Agreement.
Relevant Jurisdiction means the Cayman Islands (in the case of any payment made by the Trustee) and the UAE and/or the Emirate of Dubai (in the case of any payment made by DIB) or, in each case, any political sub-division or authority thereof or therein having the power to tax;
Relevant Jurisdiction means in relation to an Obligor: