Definition of Tax Laws

  1. Tax Laws means any Laws relating to Taxes.

Examples of Tax Laws in a sentence

  1. If the receipt or accrual of any indemnity payment under this Agreement causes, directly or indirectly, an increase in the taxable income of the recipient under one or more applicable Tax Laws, such payment shall be increased so that, after the payment of any Taxes with respect to the payment, the recipient thereof shall have realized the same net amount it would have realized had the payment not resulted in taxable income.
  2. Section 3.09 does not relate to (i) ERISA or other Laws regarding employee benefit matters, which are governed exclusively by Section 3.11, (ii) Labor Laws, which are governed exclusively by Section 3.12, (iii) Environmental Laws, which are governed exclusively by Section 3.14, or (iv) Tax Laws, which are governed exclusively by Section 3.18.

Definition of Tax Laws in Stock and Asset Purchase Agreement

Tax Laws means any Laws relating to Taxes.


Definition of Tax Laws in Asset Purchase Agreement

Tax Laws means the Code, and any other federal, state, county, local or foreign laws related to any Tax, as well as any regulations, administrative pronouncements, rules or requirements pursuant thereto, each as in effect and applicable to the warranting party as of the date of this Agreement.


Definition of Tax Laws in Stock Purchase Agreement

Tax Laws means the Tax Act and any applicable provincial, or foreign income taxation statute(s), as from time to time amended, and any successors thereto.