Definition of Tax Legislation

  1. Tax Legislation means, collectively, the Tax Act, the Excise Tax Act (Canada), as amended, and all Laws of any jurisdiction or sub-jurisdiction, domestic or foreign in relation to Taxes.

Examples of Tax Legislation in a sentence

  1. Buyers Tax Group: the Buyer and any company which at the relevant time is treated as a member of the same group of companies as the Buyer or associated or connected with the Buyer, in each case for the purposes of any Tax or Relief pursuant to Tax Legislation.
  2. The term Tax Legislation means the Tax Act and all federal, provincial, territorial, municipal, foreign, or other statutes imposing a tax, including all treaties, conventions, case law, interpretation bulletins, circulars and releases, rules, regulations, orders, and decrees of any jurisdiction.

Definition of Tax Legislation in Asset Purchase Agreement

Tax Legislation means, collectively, the Tax Act, the Excise Tax Act (Canada), as amended, and all Laws of any jurisdiction or sub-jurisdiction, domestic or foreign in relation to Taxes.


Definition of Tax Legislation in Asset Purchase and Sale Agreement

Tax Legislation means any legislation imposing or relating to Taxation;