Definition of Tax Losses


Tax Losses means Taxes, the liability for which constitutes a New Hydrogenics Surviving Agreement Default;

Examples of Tax Losses in a sentence

The parties hereto agree to cooperate and use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain Privilege with respect to any documentation relating to Taxes existing prior to the Distribution Date or Separation Tax Losses to which Privilege may reasonably be asserted (any such documentation, Privileged Tax Documentation).
After-Tax Losses (and not After-Tax Profit that is below the Hurdle ROE) for a given Plan Year (Deficits) shall offset available After-Tax Profit in subsequent Plan Years until all Deficits are eliminated.
The Contributors shall pay to KMEP the amount of any Tax Losses KMEP may become entitled to by reason of the provisions of this Article 7 within fifteen (15) days after the extent of any Tax liability has been determined by a final judgment or decree of a Court or a final and binding settlement with a governmental authority having jurisdiction thereof.
The parties hereto agree to (and to cause the applicable members of their respective Groups to) cooperate and use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain Privilege with respect to any documentation relating to Taxes existing prior to the Distribution Date or Separation Tax Losses to which Privilege may reasonably be asserted (any such documentation, Privileged Documentation), including by executing joint defense and/or common interest agreements where necessary or useful for this purpose.
Acquiror shall pay CBS the amount of any Separation Tax Losses for which Acquiror and Radio are responsible under Section 6.04 as a result of a Final Determination no later than 5 Business Days after the date such Separation Tax Losses are determined as a result of a Final Determination to be due.