relevant tax enactment definition

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Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is established;
Relevant Tax means any present or future taxes, duties, assessments or governmental charges of whatever nature, imposed or levied by or on behalf of any Relevant Jurisdiction or any authority therein or thereof having the power to tax.
Relevant Taxing Jurisdiction shall have the meaning specified in Section 4.07(a).
REO Tax As defined in Section 3.17(a).
Applicable Tax Law means any Law of any nation, state, region, province, locality, municipality or other jurisdiction relating to Taxes, including regulations and other official pronouncements of any governmental entity or political subdivision of such jurisdiction charged with interpreting such Laws.
council tax benefit means council tax benefit under Part 7 of the SSCBA; “couple” has the meaning given by paragraph 4;
Agreement combined tax rate means the sum of the tax rates:
criminal tax matters means tax matters involving intentional conduct whether before or after the entry into force of this Agreement which is liable to prosecution under the criminal laws of the requesting Party;
Treaty means the Treaty establishing the European Community, as amended.
Applicable Tax State means, as of any date of determination, each State as to which any of the following is then applicable: (a) a State in which the Owner Trustee maintains its Corporate Trust Office and (b) the State of Texas.
Relevant Tax Jurisdiction means Bermuda, or another jurisdiction in which the Company or a Guarantor, or a successor of any of them, is organized, is resident or engaged in business for tax purposes or through which payments are made on or in connection with the Notes or the Note Guarantees.
Combined Tax Return means a Tax Return filed in respect of U.S. federal, state, local or non-U.S. income Taxes for a Combined Group, or any other affiliated, consolidated, combined, unitary, fiscal unity or other group basis (including as permitted by Section 1501 of the Code) Tax Return of a Combined Group.
input tax , in relation to a vendor, means—
Applicable State and Local Tax Law For purposes hereof, the Applicable State and Local Tax Law shall be (a) the tax laws of the State of New York; and (b) such other state or local tax laws whose applicability shall have been brought to the attention of the Trustee and the Certificate Administrator by either (i) an Opinion of Counsel delivered to it, or (ii) written notice from the appropriate taxing authority as to the applicability of such state or local tax laws.
Tax Legislation means, collectively, the Income Tax Act, all Canadian federal, provincial, territorial, county, municipal and local, foreign, or other statutes, ordinances or regulations imposing a Tax, including all treaties, conventions, rules, regulations, orders, and decrees of any jurisdiction;
Rollback tax rate means the rate that will produce last year’s maintenance and operation tax levy (adjusted) from this year’s values (adjusted) multiplied by 1.08 plus a rate that will produce this year’s debt service from this year’s values (unadjusted) divided by the anticipated tax collection rate.
Actual Tax Liability means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the sum of (i) the actual liability for U.S. federal income Taxes of the Corporate Taxpayer as reported on its IRS Form 1120 (or any successor form) for such Taxable Year, and, without duplication, the portion of any liability for U.S. federal income taxes imposed directly on OpCo (and OpCo’s applicable subsidiaries) under Section 6225 or any similar provision of the Code that is allocable to the Corporate Taxpayer under Section 704 of the Code (provided, that such amount will be calculated excluding deductions of (and other impacts of) state and local income taxes) and (ii) the product of the amount of the United States federal taxable income or gain for such Taxable Year reported on the Corporate Taxpayer’s IRS Form 1120 (or any successor form) and the Assumed Rate.
Capital Adequacy Regulation means any guideline, request or directive of any central bank or other Governmental Authority, or any other law, rule or regulation, whether or not having the force of law, in each case, regarding capital adequacy of any bank or of any corporation controlling a bank.
Assumed Tax Liability means, with respect to a Member, an amount equal to the Distribution Tax Rate multiplied by the estimated or actual taxable income of the Company, as determined for federal income tax purposes, allocated to such Member pursuant to Section 5.05 for the period to which the Assumed Tax Liability relates as determined for federal income tax purposes to the extent not previously taken into account in determining the Assumed Tax Liability of such Member, as reasonably determined by the Manager; provided that, in the case of the Corporation, such Assumed Tax Liability (i) shall be computed without regard to any increases to the tax basis of the Company’s property pursuant to Section 743(b) of the Code and (ii) shall in no event be less than an amount that will enable the Corporation to meet its tax obligations, including its obligations pursuant to the Tax Receivable Agreement, for the relevant taxable year.
Federal Tax means any Tax imposed under Subtitle A of the Code.
Straddle Tax Period means a Tax period that begins on or before the Closing Date and ends thereafter.
Applicable Tax Rate means the estimated highest aggregate marginal statutory U.S. federal, state and local income, franchise and branch profits tax rates (determined taking into account the deductibility of state and local income taxes for federal income tax purposes and the creditability or deductibility of foreign income taxes for federal income tax purposes) (“Tax Rate”) applicable to any Partner on income of the same character and source as the income allocated to such Partner pursuant to Sections 5.04(a) and (b) for such fiscal year, fiscal quarter or other period, as determined by the Tax Matters Partner in its discretion; provided that, in the case of a Partner that is a partnership, grantor trust or other pass-through entity under U.S. federal income tax law, the Tax Rate applicable to such Partner for purposes of determining the Applicable Tax Rate shall be the weighted average of the Tax Rates of such Partner’s members, grantor-owners or other beneficial owners (weighted in proportion to their relative economic interests in such Partner), as determined by the Tax Matters Partner in its discretion; provided, further, that if any such member, grantor-owner or other beneficial owner of such Partner is itself a partnership, grantor trust or other pass-through entity similar principles shall be applied by the Tax Matters Partner in its discretion to determine the Tax Rate of such member, grantor-owner or other beneficial owner.
Amended Tax Amount has the meaning set forth in Section 4.01(b)(ii).
Base Tax Year means the property tax levy year used
Foreign Tax means any Foreign Income Taxes or Foreign Other Taxes.
Assumed Tax Rate means the highest effective marginal combined U.S. federal, state and local income tax rate for a Fiscal Year prescribed for an individual or corporate resident in New York, New York (taking into account (a) the nondeductiblity of expenses subject to the limitation described in Section 67(a) of the Code and (b) the character (e.g., long-term or short-term capital gain or ordinary or exempt income) of the applicable income, but not taking into account the deductibility of state and local income taxes for U.S. federal income tax purposes). For the avoidance of doubt, the Assumed Tax Rate will be the same for all Partners.