Relevant Tax Authority definition

Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is established;
Relevant Tax Authority means HM Revenue and Customs, or, if applicable, a tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is established;
Relevant Tax Authority means HM Revenue and Customs, or, if applicable, a tax authority in the jurisdiction in which you are established;

Examples of Relevant Tax Authority in a sentence

  • Under the AEOI, if the Account Holder/Controlling Person is not resident in a country that has signed an agreement with the Relevant Jurisdiction, no information about these individuals will be automatically passed on to the Relevant Tax Authority.

  • Any tax return of the Supplier submitted to a Relevant Tax Authority on or after October 2012 gives rise, on or after 1 April 2013, to a criminal conviction in any jurisdiction for tax related offences which is not spent at the Effective Date or to a civil penalty for fraud evasion.

  • If and when any such payment of Employees' Tax is made direct by the Trustees to the Relevant Tax Authority the Trustees shall confirm the date of payment and the amount paid to the relevant Group Company.

  • I acknowledge and accept that the information contained in this form and information regarding the account(s) may be reported to the Relevant Tax Authority and thereafter exchanged with the tax authorities of another country or countries in which the Account Holder(s) or I may be tax resident if that/those country (ies) has/have entered into Agreements to exchange financial account information.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, if the Relevant Tax Authority has not challenged or investigated such Restructuring Tax Obligations as of the first (1st) anniversary of the date on which all of the transactions contemplated in Article 6 (减资安排) and Article 7 (上翻轮股东增资) of the Restructuring Agreement have been completed, the Company shall not be obligated to pay any Tax Compensation Amount.


More Definitions of Relevant Tax Authority

Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is required to submit a tax return;
Relevant Tax Authority. Means HM Revenue & Customs, or, if applicable, a tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Contractor is established.
Relevant Tax Authority means HM Revenue & Customs, or, if applicable, a Tax Authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is established.
Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC or, if applicable, a tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Contractor is established.
Relevant Tax Authority means any employee, agent, servant, or representative of the Authority, or of any Other Contracting Body or other public body; means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is required to submit a tax return;
Relevant Tax Authority has the meaning given to it in paragraph 6.3 of Schedule 12 (Financial Obligations and Covenants);
Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the