Definition of Tax Ordinance


Tax Ordinance means the Israeli Income Tax Ordinance [New Version], 1961, as amended.
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Examples of Tax Ordinance in a sentence

Contractor shall be licensed in accordance with the City's "Business, Professional, and Occupational Licensing (BPOL) Tax" Ordinance.
Upon vesting, the shares of Common Stock shall be controlled by the Company's trustee appointed by the Company or its Subsidiary or Affiliate in Israel (the "Trustee") for your benefit for at least such period of time as required by Section 102 or any shorter period determined under the Israeli Income Tax Ordinance (New Version), 5721-1961 as now in effect or as hereafter amended (the "Ordinance") (with respect to the "capital gain route") or by the Israeli Tax Authority (the "Lock-Up Period").
Without derogating from the foregoing Eligible Participant shall include any employee or Office Holder (as such term is defined in the Companies Law) of the Company or any Subsidiary except for such persons that are deemed to be 'Ba'al Shlita' under Section 32 to the Income Tax Ordinance.
According to the City's Income Tax Ordinance, income tax revenues are to be allocated as follows: after paying all costs associated with the operation of the income tax department, the balance of the first 1.0 percent is to be allocated 30 percent to the capital improvement fund and 70 percent to the general fund.
All firms doing business in James City County are required to be licensed in accordance with the County's "Business, Professional, and Occupational Licensing (BPOL) Tax" Ordinance.