Tax Indemnity Agreements means the Tax Indemnity Agreements made by DAL, David J. Stern, individually, DJS, PTA, DSI, FlatWorld and each of Valenty and Gupta, individually, in favor of Chardan, in the forms attached hereto as Exhibit I.
Tax Indemnity Agreements means the agreements executed by Contributors of assets to the Partnership pursuant to which the Partnership undertakes to indemnify each Contributor for certain potential tax liabilities and to use reasonable efforts to make available the opportunity to guarantee certain indebtedness of the Partnership.
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Tax Indemnity Agreements means, collectively, (a) the DT Holdings Limited Group Relief Agreement dated June 23, 1992 among DTH, FDTH and the U.K. Borrower, (b) the Deed of Indemnity dated June 23, 1992 entered into by Hollinger Inc., DTH and FDTH in favor of the U.K. Borrower, (c) the Agreement Relating to the Surrender of Advance Corporation Tax Dated June 23, 1992 among DTH, FDTH and the U.K. Borrower and (d) the Option Tax Indemnity Agreements.
Option Tax Indemnity Agreements means (a) the Deed of Indemnity dated May 31, 1996 between FDTH and the U.K. Borrower relating to tax indemnification in connection with the Purchase 29 Option and (b) the letter agreement dated May 31, 1996 between FDTH and West Ferry Printers Limited relating to tax indemnification in connection with the options proposals made pursuant to the Scheme.
Not, and not permit any Restricted Subsidiary in the Financial Group to, enter into any tax sharing or similar agreement or arrangement, other than (a) 78 the Tax Allocation Agreement and (b) the Tax Indemnity Agreements.
GFCC alleges that $29,848,962.17 is the "aggregate payment required by the Tax Indemnity Agreements." (GFCC Claim, P 15.) "[A]n amount not less than $175,970.63" is alleged for fees and expenses pursuant to the indemnification provision of the Participation Agreement.
This Agreement, the Demise Charters, the Tax Indemnity Agreements, the Guarantee, the Assignments, and each of the other Transaction Documents shall have been duly executed and delivered by the parties thereto and shall be in full force and effect on the Closing Date, and an executed counterpart of each shall have been delivered to the Shipowner.