Tax Law definition

Tax Law means the law of any governmental entity or political subdivision thereof relating to any Tax.
Tax Law means any Law relating to Taxes.
Tax Law means any federal, state, local or foreign law with respect to Taxes, including the Code and Treasury Regulations.

Examples of Tax Law in a sentence

  • Interest shall be computed and accrue at the daily rate in effect on the Date of Payment, as set by the New York State Tax Commission for corporate taxes pursuant to Section 1096(e)(1) of the Tax Law.

  • Buyer and the Company shall be entitled to deduct and withhold from the Purchase Price all Taxes that Buyer and the Company may be required to deduct and withhold under any provision of Tax Law.

  • The authority to request the above personal information from a seller of goods or services or a lessor of real or personal property, and the authority to maintain such information, is found in Section 5 of the State Tax Law.

  • NYSERDA reserves the right to terminate this agreement in the event it is found that the certification filed by the Contractor in accordance with Tax Law Section 5-a was false when made.


More Definitions of Tax Law

Tax Law means the Law of any governmental entity or political subdivision thereof relating to any Tax.
Tax Law means the Law of any Governmental Authority or political subdivision thereof relating to any Tax.
Tax Law means any Applicable Law relating to the Tax.
Tax Law means any applicable Law relating to Taxes.
Tax Law means the relevant tax legislation of an applicable jurisdiction, as amended from time to time and in effect on any given date.
Tax Law means a statute, regulation or administrative rule or judicial opinion enacted, issued or promulgated for the determination, imposition, assessment or collection of any Tax.
Tax Law means any Legal Requirement (whether domestic or foreign) relating to Taxes.